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Guide to 

Wisconsin Newspapers 

1833- 1957 



Compiled by Donald E. Oehlerts 



STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WISCONSIN 



Madison 1958 



Copyright © 1958 by The State Historical Society ot Wisconsin 

All Rights Reserved 

Library of Congress Catalogue Number: 58-62501 



Manufactured in the United States of America 

by The North American Press, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 



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Preface 



THE NEWSPAPER in America occupies a singular place in our 
civilization. With the church, school, and general store, it has served 
as arbiter of men and events; it uniquely serves as scribe to the 
passing scene. Its value as a primary source for social history has 
been obscured by such faults as nostrum promotion, syndicated 
columns, and inaccurate reporting. But for thousands of lonely 
communities, untouched by greatness or importance, the local 
newspaper is the best and only historical record. 

The fourth estate in America was of decidedly British antecedents, 
was nurtured in provincialism, and matured in the cult of editorial 
personality. America's first newspaper was established in Boston on 
April 24, 1704, and during the eighteenth century the institution 
spread throughout the colonies. But it was only after the American 
Revolution that this urban institution began to appear in the 
smaller towns, marking the beginnings of the country weekly. 

The weekly was the pioneer of the journalistic family, and it 
traveled light as it moved west. Its garb was a four-page format 
until well after 1865, when mechanical improvements and presump- 
tions to precedence inflated them to eight pages. Their layouts were 
monotonously similar: the first page was devoted to advertising 
and ponderous attempts to cultivate literary taste; biased editorials 
and slanted news of national politics appeared on the second page; 
the third page was reserved for local gossip and legal notices; the 
entire fourth page was covered with advertising. 

The westward expansion of the press depended only on the 
establishment of mail routes as lines of communication with the 
East. A pretension to culture and stability, the newspaper frequently 
appeared on the raw edge of the frontier before it was economically 
justified. The pattern of premature establishment— and rapid failure 
—was repeated across the entire West under the stimulus of im- 
proved communications and local pride. 

Except for papers of the metropolitan areas, the American press 
developed by multiplication of titles and constriction of circulation. 
This growth was dictated by the explosion of population, the flood 
of immigration, and the expansion of democracy and public 
education. It was made possible by cheaper newspapers, techno- 
logical advances, and a spirit of business enterprise with more vision 



than practicality. Wherever people settled— on lakes, at railroad 
junctions, or on rivers— the editor, his type, and his green eye shade 
were not far behind. 

True to the pattern of earlier frontiers, newspapers in Wisconsin 
were not far behind the first settlers. The first printing press was 
brought into the territory from Detroit about 1826 by Albert G. 
Ellis. His initial effort to found a newspaper at Navarino, as Green 
Bay was then called, was premature. But in December, 1833, Ellis 
and John V. Suydam successfully launched the Green Bay Intelli- 
gencer. The prototype of Wisconsin newspapers was cast in the 
same mold as the innumerable weekly sheets struggling, with their 
proprietors, for a place in the American scene. 

Two years after the establishment of the first paper in the 
territory, competition developed: a rival political group started 
a second newspaper in Green Bay. Though bitter enemies, both 
papers promoted settlement, statehood, and internal improvements 
for the area. Green Bay dreamed of becoming the terminus of an 
elaborate system of waterways connecting West and East. Both 
papers died with their dream. 

The muddy village of Milwaukee caught the vision of destiny 
from the wavering flame in Green Bay. Solomon Juneau and Byron 
Kilbourn had each established a site for future greatness and a 
paper to promote their civic schemes. Kilbourn favored the west 
bank, Juneau the east side of the Milwaukee River. The journalistic 
agitation left the village no alternative but to grow up to the size 
of its press. In many other communities the activities of the two 
political parties, Whig and Democratic, resulted in the establish- 
ment of rival newspapers to represent each group where only one 
paper was economically justified. The country editor was often as 
concerned with politics and community promotion as with news 
reporting, and his editorials were a reflection of his politics. 

The great wave of immigration in the 1840's washed into Wiscon- 
sin settlers from New York, New England, Scandinavia, and Ger- 
many. But whatever their origin, these immigrants brought with 
them a common belief in the efficacy of law, the gospel of social 
reform, and the doctrine of theoretical democracy. These volatile 
concepts were distilled into an ideological crusade against slavery, 
which predestined sectional crisis and made Wisconsin Republican. 

The abolitionist crusade in Wisconsin was led by Sherman M. 
Booth, editor of the Waukesha American Freeman and later of the 
Milwaukee Free Democrat. With his fellow abolitionists Booth 
directed his agitation against the despised Fugitive Slave Law, and 
fate gave him legal immortality in the case of Ableman v. Booth. 



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In 1854 Joshua Glover, a fugitive slave from Missouri, was captured 
near Racine and brought to Milwaukee for return to his owner. 
Booth formed a committee to insure a fair hearing for Glover, but 
the ensuing mob took immediate action to free Glover from jail, 
and then aided his escape to Canada. Booth was arrested, tried, and 
convicted in the federal district court for conspiracy to thwart 
return of the slave. At this juncture the case became a test of 
constitutional supremacy when the Wisconsin Supreme Court over- 
turned the federal conviction, declaring the Fugitive Slave Act 
unconstitutional. The federal Supreme Court, in turn, set aside 
the state infringement upon federal sovereignty. But neither sover- 
eignty nor slavery could be maintained by judicial decree. 

With the outbreak of the Civil War many papers suspended 
publication as their editors enlisted in the Union army. Those 
remaining behind continued publication under great difficulties. 
Material shortages and a war psychosis had a serious and lasting 
effect on the Northern press. 

The War, and Ansel N. Kellogg of the Baraboo Republic, gave 
a new production technique to the weekly press which transformed 
its soul as well as its appearance. To overcome the inflated printing 
and reporting costs, Kellogg had the Madison Wisconsin State 
Journal print one side of his paper with national news. The sheets 
were then shipped to Baraboo where Kellogg ran off the opposite 
side with local news and advertising. The process of buying ready- 
made matter became common after the War; it marked the 
birth of the modern newspaper syndicate and the death of the 
personal weekly. 

Kellogg's initial concept of stereotyped material was a child of 
convenience, but Andrew J. Aikens of the Milwaukee Evening 
Wisconsin refined it into a profitable business by the inclusion 
of advertising. By 1864 Aikens was supplying almost 300 weeklies 
and reaping a harvest of profits. After the War both Kellogg and 
Aikens founded national syndicates in Cincinnati and Chicago to 
distribute their "patent insides." 

The Wisconsin press was practically unanimous in its ideological 
opposition to slavery and its political support of the Union in the 
dedicated days of 1861. But military reverses shattered the hope 
of an easy victory and tragic losses bred discontent. Some of the 
more strident voices in Wisconsin were George H. Paul of the 
Milwaukee Daily News and Marcus "Brick" Pomeroy of the La 
Crosse Democrat. During the early part of the War Pomeroy only 
mildly questioned its goals, but later he became the most famous 
of the Wisconsin "Copperheads." After the Emancipation Procla- 



mation he visited the front with the Army of the Southwest and 
became convinced that the South could not be defeated in a war 
to free the slaves. Pomeroy urged a quick peace. Because of his 
defeatist views, he was banished from the battlefront by the com- 
manding general. 

Upon Pomeroy 's return to La Crosse, he began writing articles 
violently opposing the War, emancipation, and Abraham Lincoln. 
His attacks culminated in the publication of Lincoln's picture 
with the caption, "The Widow-Maker of the 19th Century." He 
also composed an epitaph for the President: 

Beneath this turf the Widow-Maker lies, 
Little in everything, except in size. 

But Pomeroy did not speak for his state or his city. Local opposition 
to his paper grew, advertising dwindled, and circulation declined. 
Only swift action by local authorities preserved the newspaper 
office from mob violence. Pomeroy left the malevolence in La Crosse 
in 1868 to publish newspapers in Chicago and New York. 

The popular appeal and intense drama of the War spawned a 
new brand of journalism and a new breed of correspondent. 
Battlefield copy brought home the War to the readers of even the 
most remote country weekly, and it shifted the emphasis from the 
editorial to the news columns. The graphic dispatches by Sylvanus 
Cadwallader, who covered Grant's army for the Milwaukee Daily 
News, set a new standard of journalism for Wisconsin. 

The postwar adjustment to the new nationalism and expanding 
economy was flavored by the arrival of new waves of immigrants. 
In 1870 approximately half of the population of Wisconsin was 
foreign-born. Their conflicting traditions and aspirations begot a 
sociological epic of integration; its journalistic aspect was the foreign 
language press. The immigrant newspaper successfully accomplished 
the difficult feat of perpetuating national traditionalism while 
helping to Americanize its patron. In fact, it served its purpose so 
well that in one generation it destroyed its reason for being. 

The German language papers were the most numerous and most 
skillfully edited of the foreign press in America. Beginning with 
the Milwaukee Wiskonsin-Banner in 1844, some 220 German papers 
have been published in Wisconsin. The number of papers and their 
geographical distribution suggest the scope and pattern of German 
settlement in the state. 

Other immigrant groups were served by their own national presses 
patterned on the German model. In 1847, when over half of the 



Norwegians in America lived in southeastern Wisconsin, the Nord- 
lyset was established in Racine County, the first American newspaper 
in the Norwegian language. The first Dutch language newspaper 
in the United States appeared in Sheboygan in 1849. At a later 
date, Polish, Italian, Yiddish and other immigrant groups read their 
own national papers, giving the Wisconsin press an international 
flavor rivaling even the largest urban centers. 

The technological improvements in printing equipment and 
paper manufacture during the later nineteenth century revolution- 
ized newspaper publication in America. An unwieldy flat-bed press 
was standard equipment in most offices until after the Civil War, 
when the more rapid Campbell Cylinder Press was introduced. The 
higher speed steam presses enabled publishers to increase circula- 
tions with no proportionate increase in personnel. But the limited 
market for the country weekly gave the urban daily the greater 
advantage in utilizing the new equipment. Likewise, typesetting 
was a hand operation in almost all weekly offices until well after 
1900, for the linotype machine, invented in 1884, paid for itself 
more rapidly in volume production. The alliance of the linotype 
and the rotary press soon produced metropolitan papers of such 
complexity as to require an index for each daily edition. 

The revolution in newspaper stock was no less complete than 
that of typographical mechanics. Newsprint before 1880 was made 
from rags; thereafter pine log pulp captured the market. The 
cheaper stock made for more newspapers, larger circulations, and 
larger formats— but poorer preservation of files. Only the recent 
introduction of microfilming has saved the older papers from com- 
plete disintegration. Huge tracts in northern Wisconsin that had 
been denuded to fill the ravenous demand for paper and lumber 
testified to the expansion of the press and the diminution of 
forest resources. 

At the turn of the twentieth century Wisconsin was a state of 
lumber fortunes, obdurate railroads, discontented farmers, and 
political ferment. Many of the country weekly and foreign language 
papers joined the popular agitation and became unofficial organs 
of the agrarian movement as it developed through successive stages: 
Greenback, Granger, Populist, and Progressive. 

La Follette's program of direct democracy, governmental reform, 
and regulation of business plucked responsive chords in the idealis- 
tic tradition of Wisconsin, and the press echoed the melody. Strident 
discord, however, was offered by some of the conservative metro- 
politan dailies. To drown the opposition, the progressive Republi- 
cans established their own daily paper, the Milwaukee Free Press, 



with the anomalous aid of millionaire Isaac Stephenson. Progres- 
sivism also met opposition from the Socialist Left. Victor Berger's 
Vorwaerts and Social Democratic Herald were influential in pre- 
venting the German population of Milwaukee from being solidly 
progressive. 

The First World War put an unusual strain on Wisconsin's 
conscience, and the press was compelled to pick a tortuous path 
through the cross fire of blood-ties, ideological neutralism, and 
repressive patriotism. Most of the German papers broke under the 
burden. Many of them paid for their opposition to America's entry 
into the war with their mailing rights or padlocks on the plant door. 
All foreign language papers were suspect and were required to 
deposit translations with the postmaster until issued certificates of 
loyalty. Confined in a political vacuum, German papers ceased to 
run editorials or controversial news items. Anemic shadows of their 
former selves, they offered nothing more stimulating than society 
news and syndicated features. Fatally ill, the surviving members 
of Wisconsin's once proud and vigorous German press were absorbed 
by National Weeklies, Inc., a foreign language syndicate in Winona, 
Minnesota. 

The early years of the twentieth century marked high water in 
newspaper publication in America; the flood began to ebb in 
Wisconsin after 1905. In that year 61 daily papers and 591 weeklies 
were issued in the state. Since then, higher postal rates, rising costs, 
and shifting social and economic patterns have forced many weeklies 
to choose between suspension and consolidation. They have found 
no successful way to compete with the professionalized city daily, 
or to capture a proportionate share of advertising revenue. 

Successful newspaper publication has always depended on suffi- 
cient advertising, but the small-town merchant has regarded an 
"ad" in his local paper as a form of tribute rather than a retailing 
technique. He was confident that his townsmen knew what was 
available; besides, they had no means to trade elsewhere. When in- 
sufficient advertising was not fatal, it forced many editors to seek 
supplementary income outside the newspaper office. 

The urbanization, standardization, and complexity of modern 
American life has made the country weekly of a previous generation 
hopelessly obsolete and without appeal to contemporary subscribers. 
The means of rapid delivery of city dailies removed the last vestige 
of the weekly's hold on the country reader. Those weeklies which 
have survived do so by sufferance of sentiment or by adopting the 
professional and business techniques of the daily wherever possible. 
The American weekly in its old age suffers the afflictions of stand- 



ardization and the rising competition of the impertinent juveniles 
of mass communications. Its files are its own monument to its 
greatness and its folly. 

Even some city dailies have fallen victim to the same afflictions 
that felled their country cousins. One of the features of American 
journalism since 1890 has been the rise of large newspaper chains, 
such as the Scripps-Howard and Hearst enterprises. The movement 
was extended to Wisconsin when William Randolph Hearst pur- 
chased the Milwaukee Wisconsin News in 1918 and the Milwaukee 
Sentinel in 1924. Even when deliberate effort is made for originality, 
an impersonal and organizational paper cannot develop the per- 
sonality of a country weekly whose editor is responsible only to his 
conscience and the mores of his community. 

The cavalcade of the Wisconsin press is a colorful scene, stretching 
from the struggling Intelligencer to the mighty Milwaukee Journal. 
The parade includes the reportorial Times, the crusading Free 
Press, the vigilant Sentinel, the promotional Advocate, the preten- 
tious Aegis, the political Democrat and Republican, and the prag- 
matic Zeitung. But they have not all marched into oblivion. 

The most extensive collection of Wisconsin newspapers is held 
by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. This collection was 
begun in 1854 by Lyman C. Draper, but for almost 100 years, until 
1943, only a portion of the state's press was collected and preserved. 
However, since the Second World War a more ambitious collecting 
program includes almost all Wisconsin papers, now numbering 275 
weeklies and 41 dailies. The Society's collections contain some 
35,000 bound volumes and 20,000 reels of microfilm. In addition 
to the State Historical Society, many public libraries and county 
historical societies have collected and preserved newspaper files for 
their respective areas. 

The Guide lists all newspapers published in Wisconsin from 
December 1833 to August 1957. Publications appearing in news- 
paper format, but which were primarily organs of agrarian organi- 
zations, educational institutions, religious groups, or trade unions 
have been excluded. 

Newspapers are herein listed alphabetically: (1) by county, (2) by 
locality, and (3) by masthead title. In all cases, papers are listed 
under the current or last place of publication and in conformity 
with contemporary geographical designation. Under a given locality, 
papers are arranged alphabetically by the scheme established by 
Winifred Gregory in her American Newspapers, 1821-1936, the 
listing being governed by the first significant word of the masthead 
title, ignoring the place and frequency of publication. For example, 



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under the City of Ashland the order would be: Ashland Journal, 
Weekly Leader, and Ashland Mirror. Consecutive entry numbers, 
to which the index refers, have been assigned to all listed titles. 
Cross-references have been made to all variant titles and publication 
localities, and such variants are noted in the main entry. Newspapers 
that transferred publication into, or outside of, the state have been 
listed under the last place of issue in Wisconsin. 

The term "editors" has been used to apply to either editors or 
publishers. Whenever several names were carried on the masthead, 
those who significantly determined editorial policy have been se- 
lected for inclusion in the Guide. 

All newspapers published in a foreign language have been so 
noted. 

I am grateful for suggestions and encouragement to: Clifford 
L. Lord, Director of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin; 
Donald R. McNeil, Associate Director of the Society; Benton H. 
Wilcox, Librarian of the Society; John C. Jacques, Assistant to the 
Director; and to Rachel K. Schenk, Director of the University of 
Wisconsin Library School. My special thanks are due to O. Lawrence 
Burnette, Jr., Book Editor of the Society, whose criticism and 
suggestions have made the volume a more useful reference work. 
I also wish to thank the many librarians who submitted lists of 
newspaper files in their respective libraries. 



Donald E. Oehlerts 



State Historical Society of Wisconsin 
Madison 



Contents 

Page 

Abbreviations and Symbols 1 

Listings by Counties 

Adams 3 

Ashland 4 

Barron 7 

Bayfield 11 

Brown 13 

Buffalo 19 

Burnett 21 

Calumet 22 

Chippewa 24 

Clark 29 

Columbia 34 

Crawford 41 

Dane 44 

Dodge 60 

Door 65 

Douglas 66 

Dunn 71 

Eau Claire 74 

Florence 79 

Fond du Lac 80 

Forest 87 

Grant 89 

Green 96 

Green Lake 101 

Iowa 105 

Iron 109 

Jackson 110 

Jefferson 112 

Juneau 118 

Kenosha 121 

Kewaunee 125 

La Crosse 127 

Lafayette 134 

Langlade 138 

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Page 

Lincoln 140 

Manitowoc 142 

Marathon 146 

Marinette 151 

Marquette 154 

Milwaukee 156 

Monroe 177 

Oconto 182 

Oneida 184 

Outagamie 186 

Ozaukee 190 

Pepin 193 

Pierce 195 

Polk 199 

Portage 203 

Price 206 

Racine 209 

Richland 215 

Rock 218 

Rusk 227 

St. Croix 229 

Sauk 234 

Sawyer 238 

Shawano 240 

Sheboygan 243 

Taylor 248 

Trempealeau 250 

Vernon 255 

Vilas 258 

Walworth 259 

Washburn 265 

Washington 267 

Waukesha 270 

Waupaca 277 

Waushara 282 

Winnebago 284 

Wood 291 

Index 295 



Abbreviations and Symbols 



IaDeL Luther College, Decorah, Iowa 

ICMILC Midwest Inter-Library Center, Chicago, 111. 

IRA Augustana College, Rock Island, 111. 

KHi Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka, Kan. 

MnHi Minnesota Historical Society, St. Paul, Minn. 

MnSL Luther Theological Seminary, St. Paul, Minn. 

WA Appleton Public Library, Appleton, Wis. 

WAn Antigo Public Library, Antigo, Wis. 

WAs Vaughn Public Library, Ashland, Wis. 

WBr Brodhead Public Library, Brodhead, Wis. 

WCh Chippewa Falls Public Library, Chippewa Falls, Wis. 

WCu Cumberland Public Library, Cumberland, Wis. 

WCud Cudahy Public Library, Cudahy, Wis. 

WDu Durand Public Library, Durand, Wis. 

WE Eau Claire Public Library, Eau Claire, Wis. 

WEI Matheson Memorial Library, Elkhorn, Wis. 

WF Fond du Lac Public Library, Fond du Lac, Wis. 

WGb Kellogg Public Library, Green Bay, Wis. 

WHi State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

WK Gilbert M. Simmons Library, Kenosha, Wis. 

WKHi Kenosha County Historical Society, Kenosha, Wis. 

WKi Kiel Public Library, Kiel, Wis. 

WLc La Crosse Public Library, La Crosse, Wis. 

WM Milwaukee Public Library, Milwaukee, Wis. 

WMS Salzmann Library, St. Francis Seminary, Milwaukee, 

Wis. 

WMa Manitowoc Public Library, Manitowoc, Wis. 

WMen Elisha D. Smith Library, Menasha, Wis. 

WMeno Mabel Tainter Free Library, Menomonie, Wis. 

WMer T. B. Scott Library, Merrill, Wis. 

WN Neenah Public Library, Neenah, Wis. 

WO Oshkosh Public Library, Oshkosh, Wis. 

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WOC Oshkosh State College, Oshkosh, Wis. 

WP Portage Public Library, Portage, Wis. 

WR Racine Public Library, Racine, Wis. 

WRh Rhinelander Public Library, Rhinelander, Wis. 

WR1 Rice Lake Public Library, Rice Lake, Wis. 

WS Superior Public Library, Superior, Wis. 

WSh Mead Public Library, Sheboygan, Wis. 

WSp Sparta Public Library, Sparta, Wis. 

WSt Stanley Public Library, Stanley, Wis. 

WSteC Central State College, Stevens Point, Wis. 

WTr Joseph Mann Library, Two Rivers, Wis. 

WVi Viroqua Public Library, Viroqua, Wis. 

WWa Watertown Public Library, Watertown, Wis. 

WWak Waukesha Public Library, Waukesha, Wis. 

WWakHi Waukesha County Historical Society, Waukesha, Wis 

WWap Waupaca Public Library, Waupaca, Wis. 

WWas Wausau Public Library, Wausau, Wis. 

WWb West Bend Public Library, West Bend, Wis. 

WWd Public Library, Wisconsin Dells, Wis. 

WWe West Allis Public Library, West Allis, Wis. 

WWhC Whitewater State College, Whitewater, Wis. 

WWr T. B. Scott Library, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. 

(bm) bi-monthly 

(bw) bi-weekly 

(d) daily 

(irreg) irregular 

(m) monthly 

(sm) semi-monthly 

(sw) semi-weekly 

(tw) tri-weekly 

(w) weekly 

[?] information uncertain 






Adams County 



ADAMS 

1. ADAMS COUNTY TIMES (w) Jan. 22, 1914 to date. 
Title varies: Adams Advertiser, 1914-1922; Adams times, 1923-July 1929. 
Editors: J. G. Willis, 1914-May 1917; Joseph W. Haughton, May 1917-May 1921; 
Charles Elliott, May 1921-Oct. 1937; Ralph E. Klinefelter, Nov. 1937-1943; J. E. 
Solma and H. B. Johnson, 1943-July 1944; Klinefelter, Aug. 1944-June 1949; 
Laura Klinefelter, June 1949-May 1954; Virgil L. Tobin, June 1954 to date. 

WHi Dec. 2, 1943 to date. 

2. ADAMS HERALD (w) 1916-1917 [?]. 
Editors: C. R. Eaton. 



FRIENDSHIP 

3. ADAMS COUNTY INDEPENDENT (w) May 1857-May 
1864. 

Editors: Julius C. Chandler. 

4. ADAMS COUNTY PRESS (w) July 1861-Feb. 16, 1918. 
Editors: Solon W. Pierce, 1861-Aug. 1864; Frank O. Wisner, Aug. 1864-Aug. 1865; 
Pierce, Sept. 1865-Sept. 1905; Harry S. Pierce, Sept. 1905-1918. 

WHi June 30, 1865-Feb. 16, 1918. 

5. ADAMS COUNTY REPORTER (w) 1898-1908. 
Editors: Platon G. Collipp, 1898-1906; Elmer Layer and S. S. Forest, 1906-1908. 

6. FRIENDSHIP REPORTER (w) 1901 to date. 
Title varies: Dells Reporter, 1901-1911. 

Editors: William Sweet, 1901-1918; Harry S. Pierce, 1918-May 1940. 
Published by Adams County Times (Adams) : May 1940 to date. 



Ashland County 



ASHLAND 
ASHLAND APPEAL, see Ashland Commonwealth. 

7. ASHLAND BLADET (w) 1900-1907. 
Title varies: Ashland Posten, 1900-1901. 

Editors: James M. Engstrom, 1900-1903; Carl Friberg, 1903-1906; Uno Lindstrom, 
1906-1907. 
In Swedish. 

Merged with Svenska Amerikanska Tribunen (Superior) . 
IRA 1902-1907. 

8. ASHLAND CALL (w) 1918-1919. 
Editors: Fred W. Haislet. 

9. CHEQUAMEGON CRITIC (w) 1890-1908. 
Editors: James S. Duket. 

CHEQUAMEGON TIMES, see Ashland Times. 

10. ASHLAND CHRONICLE (w) Apr. 11, 1913-Sept. 23, 
1916. 

Title varies: Odanah Star, 1913-Aug. 1916. 
Editors: H. C. Ashmun. 

WHi May 9, 1913-July 7, 1916. 

11. ASHLAND COMMONWEALTH (w) Aug. 15, 1894-Jan. 
12, 1895. 

Title varies: Ashland Appeal, Aug.-Oct. 1894. 

Editors: John O. Hall and John F. Miles, Aug.-Oct. 1894; Chalmers S. Baird, 

Nov. 1894-1895. 

WHi complete. 

12. FREIHEIT (w) 1891-1894. 
Editors: O. Elander. 

In Swedish. 

13. ASHLAND HEROLD (w) 1887-Oct. 1903. 

Editors: W. Bangemann, 1887-1888; A. Sadlowsky, 1888-1889; Emil Gerth, 1889- 
1890; Rudolph Voll, 1892-1903; Herman Roethig, 1903. 
In German. 

14. ASHLAND INDEPENDENT (w) 1891-1892 [?]. 
Editors: James Anderson. 

15. ASHLAND JOURNAL (w) 1922-1924. 
Editors: Hubert H. Peavy, 1922-1923; W. C. Kautenberg, 1923-1924. 



16. WEEKLY LEADER (w) Feb. 11-July 29, 1899. 

Editors: Arthur W. Bowron and D. E. Richter, Feb.-Apr.; Richter, Apr.-June; 
George Schlecht, July. 

WHi complete. 

17. ASHLAND MIRROR (w) Dec. 31, 1906-1908 [?]. 

Editors: D. A. McCune, 1906-1907; W. M. Tompkins, 1907-1908; S. A. Miller, 1908. 

18. ASHLAND WEEKLY NEWS (w) May 13, 1885-1906 [?]. 
WHi May 13, 1885-May 2, 1888. 

WAs May 13, 1885-Apr. 30, 1890; May 20, 1891-June 1, 1892; Jan. 2, 
1895-Dec. 25, 1901; Jan. 7, 1903-Dec. 27, 1905. 

19. ASHLAND DAILY NEWS (d) Sept. 25, 1887-May 21, 
1915. 

Editors: John S. Saul, 1885-1890; Clarence Snyder, 1890-1895; J. C. Williams, 
1895-1900; Burt Williams, 1900-1915. 
Merged with Ashland Daily Press. 

WHi complete. 

WAs Sept. 25, 1887-Dec. 31, 1893; Oct. 2, 1894-Mar. 31, 1906. 

ASHLAND POSTEN, see Ashland Bladet. 

20. ASHLAND WEEKLY PRESS (w) June 22, 1872-Oct. 7, 
1916. 

WHi complete. 

WAs June 22, 1872-June 9, 1877; June 11, 1881-May 26, 1888. 

21. ASHLAND DAILY PRESS (d) Mar. 5, 1888 to date. 

Editors: Samuel S. Fifield, 1872-1888; Joseph M. Chappie, 1888-1898; John C. 
Chappie, 1898-May 1946; John B. Chappie, May 1946-Sept. 1956; Clough Gates, 
Oct. 1956 to date. 

WHi Jan. 12, 1898-Mar. 22, 1906; May 24, 1915 to date. 

WAs Mar. 5, 1888-May 31, 1889; Jan. 1, 1901-Dec. 31, 1902; Sept. 1, 

1903 to date. 

22. SVENSKA FORPOSTEN (w) 1897-1898 [?]. 

Editors: John Litonius. 
In Swedish. 

23. ASHLAND TIMES (w) 1882-1894 [?]. 

Title varies: Chequamegon Times, 1882-[?]. 

Editors: John A. Monger, 1882-1892; Iver Anderson, 1892-1894. 



BUTTERNUT 

24. BUTTERNUT BULLETIN (w) Feb. 2, 1922 to date. 
Editors: W. K. Currie, 1922-Sept. 1923; Paul J. Fauteck, 1924-1925; Matthew J. 
Hart, 1925 to date. 

WHi Feb. 2, 1922-Jan. 24, 1924; Feb. 26-Dec. 31, 1925; Jan. 5, 1928- 
Dec. 28, 1933; Jan. 2, 1936 to date. 

25. BUTTERNUT EAGLE AND PIONEER (w) 1895- 
1921 [?]. 

Editors: Iver Anderson, 1895-May 1898; Ferdinand C. Friedrichs, May 1898-1913; 
Carl F. Friedrichs, 1914-1921. 



26. BUTTERNUT TIMES (w) 1886-1887 [?]. 

Editors: A. F. Geraghty. 



GLIDDEN 

27. ASHLAND COUNTY HEROLD (w) Nov. 1, 1903-1906. 
Editors: Emil Bentley, 1903-1905; Herman Roethig, 1905-1906. 

In German. 

28. BERICHTERSTATTER (w) Apr. 10, 1897-Oct. 1903. 
Editors: Emil Bentley. 

In German. 

Followed by Ashland County Herold. 

29. GLIDDEN ENTERPRISE (w) June 10, 1904 to date. 
Editors: William H. Sibley, 1904-May 1905; H. A. Veeder, June 1905-May 1906; 
Matthew J. Hart, May 1906 to date. 

WHi complete. 

30. PIONEER (w) Nov. 29, 1884-Mar. 16, 1889. 
Suspended: Nov. 1888-Feb. 1889. 

Editors: Robert M. Williams and F. A. Healy, 1884-Feb. 1887; Williams, Feb. 
1887-June 1888; Williams and M. Scallon, June 1888-Mar. 1889; Edward Fennelly, 
Mar. 1889. 

WHi complete. 



MELLEN 

31. MELLEN RECORD (w) May 28, 1925-Nov. 25, 1926. 
Editors: I. A. Kenyon. 

Merged with Mellen Weekly. 
WHi complete. 

32. MELLEN WEEKLY-RECORD (w) Dec. 26, 1901 to date. 

Title varies: Mellen Weekly, 1901-Nov. 1926. 

Editors: James E. Pratt, 1901-Feb. 1904; Fred T. Yates and E. G. Hedquist, Feb.- 
June 1904; Harold A. Veeder, June 1904-Nov. 1906; J. P. Fitzgerald, Nov. 1906- 
Nov. 1926; I. A. Kenyon, Dec. 1926-Mar. 1940; Harriet V. Kenyon, Mar. 1940-Aug. 
1946; Jasper Landry, Aug. 1946 to date. 

WHi Dec. 26, 1901-Dec. 29, 1921; Dec. 2, 1926 to date. 



ODANAH 
ODANAH STAR, see Ashland Chronicle. 



Barron County 



ALMENA 

33. ALMENA BROADCASTER (w) Apr. 22, 1937-1939. 

Published by Turtle Lake Times. 

34. CLOVERLAND STAR (w) Apr. 1908-Aug. 1909. 

Editors: John J. Wearne. 

Merged with Cumberland Advocate. 



BARRON 

35. BARRON COUNTY GAZETTE (w) June-Sept. 2, 1874. 
Editors: C. W. Carpenter and W. L. Abbott. 

Followed by Barron County Chronotype (Rice Lake) . 

36. BARRON COUNTY INDEPENDENT (w) Aug. 1886- 

May 24, 1889. 

Published at Cumberland: Aug.-Sept. 1886. 

Published at Cameron: Oct. 1886-Feb. 1888. 

Editors: S. S. Hull, 1886-Feb. 1888; Claude B. Dodge, Feb. 1888-1889. 

Followed by Amery Echo. 

WHi Apr. 26, 1888-May 24, 1889. 

37. BARRON COUNTY NEWS (w) 1900-Oct. 24, 1918. 
Title varies: Weekly Call, 1900-1903. 

Editors: Fred W. Haislet, 1900-1903; C. W. Andrews, 1903-Feb. 1904; George C. 
Elwood, Feb.-June 1904; Newton S. Gordon, June 1904-1918. 
Merged with Barron County Shield. 

38. BARRON COUNTY NEWS-SHIELD (w) Oct. 6, 1876 
to date. 

Title varies: Barron County Shield, 1876-Oct. 1918. 

Editors: A. Dewey, 1876-Nov. 1879; Walter Speed and Charles Taylor, Nov. 1879- 
July 1883; Taylor, July 1883-Jan. 1894; Thomas Dovery, Jan. 1894-Jan. 1905; Wil- 
liam R. Hotchkiss, Jan. 1905-Oct. 1908; Frank B. Gesler, Oct. 1908-Oct. 1909; W. 
F. Durnal and A. F. Dretze, Oct. 1909-Oct. 1912; Durnal, Nov. 1912-Oct. 1915; 
August F. Ender, Oct. 1915-Oct. 1918; Newton S. Gordon, Nov. 1918-July 1923; 
Franklyn Curtiss- Wedge, Aug. 1923-Sept. 1926; R. C. Peck and J. W. Grant, Oci. 
1926-Aug. 1936; Peck and Roy Holman, Aug. 1936-May 1940; E. H. Stern, June 
1940-Feb. 1943; Peck, Feb.-July 1943; Stern and Clarence A. Seidl, July 1943 to 
date. 

WHi complete. 

39. BARRON COUNTY TRIBUNE (w) Sept. 15, 1926-Nov. 
14, 1929. 

Editors: M. W. Sowaske and Hollis D. Babcock, 1926-Aug. 1927; Sowaske and 
Leroy A. Goodrich, Aug. 1927-1929. 
Merged with Barron County News-Shield. 
WHi complete. 



WEEKLY CALL, see Barron County News. 
BARRON REPUBLICAN, see Dallas Index. 

CAMERON 

BARRON COUNTY INDEPENDENT, see under Bar- 
ron. 

40. MIDWEST REPUBLICAN (w) 1931-Sept. 8, 1956. 

Title varies: Cameron Echo, 1931-June 1951; Barron County Leader, June 1951— 
June 1956. 

Editors: Walter F. Erickson, 1931-Aug. 1936; Merton Martenson, Sept. 1936-1941; 
Lewis P. Charles, 1941-1944; Lynn A. Mason, 1944-1956. 
WHi Apr. 18, 1946-Sept. 8, 1956. 

41. CAMERON PRESS (w) 1928-1930. 

Editors: Hollis D. Babcock. 

42. CAMERON RECORD (w) 1916-1917. 

Editors: George C. Elwood. 

Merged with Barron County Shield (Barron) . 

43. CAMERON REVIEW (w) 1897-1916 [?]. 

Editors: Amos Babcock, 1897-1898; William C. Lyons, 1898-1904; E. V. Nevins, 
1904-1906; M. C. Martin, 1906-1910; H. C. Swetland, 1910-1913; Theodore C. 
Surdson, 1913-1916. 
Followed by Rice Lake Journal. 



CHETEK 

44. CHETEK ALERT (w) Sept. 15, 1882 to date. 

Editors: Walter Speed, 1882-Feb. 1901; George C. Elwood, Feb. 1901-Feb. 1904 
Lewis P. Charles and J. W. Bell, Feb. 1904-Feb. 1915; Charles, Feb. 1915-Aug. 1931 
Lewis J. Charles, Sept. 1931-Apr. 1932; Stewart H. Robinson, May 1932-July 1934 
Merton Martenson, July 1934-Jan. 1941; Lewis P. Charles, Jan. 1941-May 1944 
Lynn A. Mason, May 1944 to date. 

WHi Sept. 29, 1882 to date. 



CUMBERLAND 
45. CUMBERLAND ADVOCATE (w) May 22, 1881 to date. 

Title varies: Cumberland Herald, 1881-Mar. 1885. 

Editors: Charles H. Clark and M. P. Morris, June-Sept. 1881; Morris and Clarence 
A. Lamereaux, Sept. 1881-Dec. 1883; Morris, Dec. 1883-Mar. 1884; L. L. Gunder- 
son, Mar. 1884-Mar. 1885; S. S. Hull, Apr. 1885-June 1887; H. S. Comstock, July 
1887-Aug. 1888; T. F. Ball and F. F. Morgan, Aug. 1888-Sept. 1889; Morgan, Sept. 
1889-Sept. 1900; Thomas O. Mason, Oct. 1900-Oct. 1906; H. S. Comstock, Oct. 
1906-Apr. 1912; G. Gunderson, Apr. 1912-1914; R. B. Hart, 1915-Aug. 1936; Alvin 
Serkland, Sept. 1936-Jan. 1946; Curtis George, Feb. 1946 to date. 

WHi Aug. 14, 1890 to date. 

WCu Oct. 8, 1908-May 1910; May 26, 1911 to date. 

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46. BARRON COUNTY FREE PRESS (w) 1891-1893 [?]. 
Editors: H. A. Pease, 1891-1892; G. Gunderson, 1892-1893. 

Merged with Cumberland Advocate. 

47. CUMBERLAND EYE (w) 1909-1910. 
Editors: G. Gunderson. 

48. CUMBERLAND FREE PRESS (w) 1903-1906. 
Editors: H. P. Petersen, 1903-1905; G. Gunderson, 1905-1906. 

49. CUMBERLAND JOURNAL (w) May 26, 1911-Jan. 1, 

1915. 
Editors: R. B. Hart and George B. Cook. 
Merged with Cumberland Advocate. 

50. NEW WISCONSIN (m) Mar. 1896-Mar. 1897. 
Editors: H. S. Comstock. 

WHi complete. 



DALLAS 

51. DALLAS INDEX (w) 1888-Dec. 1917. 

Suspended: Apr.-Oct. 1911. 

Published at Barron: 1888-1903. 

Title varies: Barron Republican, 1888-1903; Republican, 1903-Mar. 1911. 

Editors: J. H. Williams, 1888-1897; William A. Coe, 1897-1903; Williams, 1903- 

1904; Harvey Erickson, 1904-Aug. 1905; L. E. Joppa, Aug. 1905-Apr. 1917; Newton 

S. Gordon, Apr -Dec. 1917. 

Merged with Barron County News (Barron) . 



HAUGEN 

52. HAUGEN PRESS (w) 191 7-1918 [?] 

Editors: R. E. La Fortune. 



PRAIRIE FARM 

53. PRAIRIE FARM BREEZE (w) Nov. 23, 1909-Nov. 1 

1920. 

Editors: Guy W. Van Vuren, 1909-May 1918; Roy Holman, May 1918-1920. 
Merged with Barron County News-Shield (Barron) . 



RICE LAKE 

54. RICE LAKE BULLETIN (w) Jan. 3, 1936-Aug. 1, 1940. 
Editors: L. M. Lindvig, 1936-June 1937; A. L. Buzzell, June 1937-1938; George W. 
Erickson, 1939-1940. 

RICE LAKE CALL, see Union Herald. 

55. RICE LAKE CHEEK (w) 1889-1890 [?]. 
Editors: H. H. Dunn. 



56. RICE LAKE CHRONOTYPE (w) Sept. 9, 1874 to date. 

Title varies: Barron County Chronolype, 1874— July 1882. 

Editors: C. W. Carpenter, 1874-June 1875; A. Dewey, June 1875-July 1876; Charles 
Nunn, Aug. 1876-Mav 1877; Ferdinand Peachman, May-Nov. 1877; Charles F. 
Bone, Nov. 1877-Mar. 1885; W. P. Swift and D. M. Monteith, Apr .-Nov. 1885; 
P. H. Swift, Nov. 1885-Apr. 1891; P. H. and Ward L. Swift, Apr. 1891-1894; H. 
M. Hillikcr, 1895-Dec. 1896; Edgar N. Bowers, Dec. 1896-Sept. 1905; E. C. McClel- 
land, Sept. 1905-June 1923; August F. Ender and Warren D. Leary, June 1923— 
July 1937; Leary, Aug. 1937 to date. 

WHi Sept. 30, 1874 to date. 

WR1 July 1897 to date. 

57. RICE LAKE INDEPENDENT (w) Sept. 17, 1931-May 
11, 1933. 

Editors: Ted P. Schreiber, 1931-Apr. 1932; Kenneth Jacobson, Apr. 1932-1933. 
Merged with Rice Lake Chronolype. 
WHi complete. 

58. RICE LAKE JOURNAL (w) 1906-Feb. 1917. 

Editors: Theodore C. Surdson. 

59. RICE LAKE LEADER (sw, w) July 2, 1896-Feb. 26, 1909. 

Editors: Ward L. Swift and Harry W. McCourt, July-Dec. 1896; Swift, Dec. 1896- 
Jan. 1899; Ward L. and P. H. Swift, Jan. 1899-Aug. 1904; George C. Elwood, Aug. 
1904-May 1905; R. C. Peck, May 1905-May 1906; Peck and E. E. Campbell, May 
1906-1909. 

Merged with Rice Lake Chronotype. 
WHi complete. 

60. RICE LAKE TIMES (w) 1883-1923. 

Editors: Charles W. Angel, 1883-1886; Charles F. Bone, 1886-1907; Charles F. and 
Harry L. Bone, 1907-1909; E. E. Campbell, 1909-1923. 
Merged with Rice Lake Chronotype. 

61. UNION HERALD (w) 1912-1918. 
Title varies: Rice Lake Call, 1912-1917. 

Editors: Fred W. Haislet, 1912-1917; Walter F. Erickson, 1917-1918. 



TURTLE LAKE 

62. BUGLE (w) Jan. 1898-Dec. 25, 1913. 

Title varies: Turtle Lake Advance, 1898-June 1899. 

Editors: Amos Babcock, 1898-June 1899; M. A. Frissell, June 1899-1901; S. A. 

Averill, 1901-Sept. 1902; William C. Lyons, Sept. 1902-Feb. 1903; A. H. Nuesse, 

Mar. 1903-1911; Fred W. Haislet, Jan.-Oct. 1912; C. B. McCormack, Oct. 1912- 

Jan. 1913; Nuesse, Jan.-Oct. 1913; Albert G. Huhn, Oct.-Dec. 1913. 

Followed by Turtle Lake Times. 

63. TURTLE LAKE TIMES (w) Jan. 1, 1914 to date. 
Editors: Albert G. Huhn, 1914-Feb. 1925; Lester L. Arnold, Feb. 1925- June 1929; 
Roy Holman, July 1929-Sept. 1936; Alton T. Grimsrud, Sept. 1936-Sept. 1945; 
Harold A. Lange and R. A. Pederson, Sept. 1945-Apr. 1948; Lange, May 1948 to 
date. 

WHi July 7, 1943 to date. 



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Bayfield County 



BAYFIELD 

64. BAYFIELD COUNTY PRESS (w) June 13, 1877 to date. 
Title varies: Bayfield Press, 1877-Nov. 1882. 

Editors: Samuel S. Fifield and Morris Edwards, 1877-May 1879; D. L. Stinchfield, 
May 1879-Jan. 1880; W. W. Whitney, Jan.-May 1880; Stinchfield and Isaac H. 
Wing, May 1880-May 1881; Wing and Daniel H. Pulcifer, May-Oct. 1881; Wing 
and A. C. Stevens, Oct. 1881-Sept. 1882; Currie G. Bell, Sept. 1882-Apr. 1908; 
Donald C. Bell, May 1908-July 1927; Glenn F. Scott, July 1927-Aug. 1933; Joseph 
J. Dreven, Sept. 1933-Nov. 1934; William G. Reque, Dec. 1934-Aug. 1944; Frank 
G. Dexter, Aug. 1944 to date. 

WHi June 13, 1877-Jan. 8, 1879; May 31, 1879-July 3, 1880; Jan. 15, 

1881 to date. 

65. BAYFIELD GAZETTE (w) 1902-1903. 

Editors: Charles E. Hunt. 

66. BAYFIELD MERCURY (w) Apr. 18-Oct. 1857. 
Editors: Hamilton and Hatch. 

MnHi Apr. 18-Sept. 5, 1857. 

67. BAYFIELD PRESS (w) 1859-1861. 

Editors: Joseph H. Campbell and William B. McKce. 

68. BAYFIELD PRESS (w) 1866-1868 [? J. 

69. BAYFIELD PRESS (w) Oct. 13, 1870-June 15, 1872. 

Editors: Samuel S. and Henry O. Fifield. 
Followed by Ashland Press. 
WHi complete. 

70. BAYFIELD PROGRESS (w) June 3, 1909-Mar. 30, 1927. 

Editors: Louis Wachsmuth and Winslow H. Holmes, 1909-Sept. 1914; C. E. Pat- 
terson, Sept. 1914-Feb. 1915; G. W. Boutin, Feb.-Oct. 1915; Wachsmuth and Irwin 
R. Nye, Oct. 1915-Feb. 1918; Wachsmuth, Feb. 1918-1927. 
WHi complete. 



IRON RIVER 

71. IRON RIVER PIONEER (w) Sept. 29, 1894 to date. 
Title varies: Homestead, 1894-Apr. 1895. 

Editors: Byron Ripley, 1894-1898; Peter J. Savage, 1898-July 1952; Chester Brown 
Aug. 1952-Feb. 1955; Carl Richards, Mar. 1955 to date. 

WHi Sept. 29, 1894-Apr. 28, 1932; May 4, 1933 to date. 

72. IRON RIVER TIMES (w) Mar. 10, 1892-Apr. 4, 1895. 
Editors: John A. Monger, Mar .-Aug. 1892; Byron Ripley, Aug. 1892-1895. 
Merged with Washburn Times. 

WHi June 2, 1892-Mar. 1, 1894; Sept. 27, 1894-Apr. 4, 1895. 

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WASHBURN 

73. WASHBURN BEE (w) Mar. 14, 1885-Sept. 10, 1887. 

Editors: Frank S. Dunbar and Allan T. Williams, Mar-May 1885; Williams, May 
1885-June 1886; A. M. Warden, July 1886-1887. 
WHi complete. 

74. WASHBURN BULLETIN (w) Apr.-Oct. 1892. 
Editors: James A. Barager. 

75. WASHBURN ITEMIZER (w) Oct. 16, 1884-Dec. 25, 
1896. 

Editors: James A. and Elijah R. Barager, 1884-1891; Elijah R. Barager, 1891-1896. 
Merged with Washburn News. 

WHi Oct. 16, 1884-Oct. 11, 1888. 

76. WASHBURN NEWS (w) Oct. 1, 1887-July 5, 1924. 
Editors: Fred T. Yates, 1887-1907; Yates and M. S. Hull; 1908-1919; Hubert H. 
Peavy, 1919-1924. 

Merged with Washburn Times. 

WHi Oct. 1, 1887-Dec. 28, 1894; Jan. 1, 1897-Dec. 28, 1903; Jan. 3, 
1908-Dec. 25, 1914. 

77. WASHBURN TIMES (w) Mar. 1892 to date. 

Editors: Byron Ripley, 1892-Apr. 1895; James E. Jones, Apr. 1895-Dec. 1905; Nels 
M. Oscar, Dec. 1905-Aug. 1910; George E. Plant, Aug.-Oct. 1910; W. A. Robinson, 
Oct. 1910-1932; Paul L. Robinson, 1932 to date. 
WHi Apr. 10, 1895 to date. 



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Brown County 



DENMARK 

78. DENMARK ENTERPRISE (w) 1912-1914 [?] . 

Editors: E. F. Maertz. 

79. DENMARK PRESS (w) Apr. 16, 1914 to date. 
Title varies: Dairyland Review, July 1948-May 1953. 

Editors: R. T. Solensten, 1914-1917; Adolph B. Suess, 1917-1919; Joseph R. Satran, 
1919-May 1952; Charles E. Swanson, May 1952-Jan. 1953; Frank A. Wood, Feb. 
1953 to date. 

WHi Oct. 7, 1943-Dec. 19, 1946; Jan. 1, 1948 to date. 



DE PERE 

BROWN COUNTY DEMOCRAT, see De Fere Journal- 
Democrat. 

80. BROWN COUNTY JOURNAL-NEWS (w) Nov. 10, 
1916-Mar. 13, 1919. 

Title varies: Brown County Journal, 1916-Apr. 1918. 
Editors: John A. Kuypers. 
Merged with Brown County Democrat. 
WHi complete. 

DE PERE FACTS, see Twin City Index. 

81. DE PERE JOURNAL-DEMOCRAT (w) Jan. 1877 to 
date. 

Title varies: Brown County Democrat, 1877-Mar. 1919. 

Editors: Fred Meyer, 1877-1890; John B. Heyrman and John A. Kuypers, 1890- 
May 1916; Adolph B. Suess, June 1916-Nov. 1917; Harold T. Shannon, Nov. 1917- 
July 1918; John L. Schnitzler, Aug. 1918-Mar. 1919; John A. Kuypers, Mar. 1919- 
May 1940; Harold M. Kuypers, May 1940-Apr. 1943; John A. Creviere, Apr. 1943 
to date. 

WHi Jan. 9, 1896 to date. 

82. DE PERE NEWS (w) Apr. 8, 1871-Apr. 11, 1918. 
Editors: P. R. Proctor, 1871-June 1883; Charles Proctor and Edward S. White, 
June 1883-1884; Proctor and J. C. Hill, 1885-Mar. 1886; Proctor and Paul L. Hal- 
line, Apr. 1886-1890; Halline and H. H. Proctor, Jan.-May 1891; Halline and H. 
S. Marvin, May 1891-Apr. 1892; Halline and F. C. Hase, May 1892-Apr. 1898; Hal- 
line, May 1898-1918. 

WHi Jan. 4, 1873-Nov. 17, 1883; Jan. 24, 1885-Apr. 11, 1918. 

83. ONZE STANDAARD (w) 1878-1907. 
Title varies: De Pere Standaard, 1878- [?]. 

Editors: Edward Van de Casteele and John B. Heyrman, 1878-1889; Van de Cas- 
teele, 1889-1907. 
In Dutch. 

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84. RECHT DOOR ZEE (w) Nov. 1881 -May 1882. 
Editors: P. J. Cautereels and Anton Boex. 

In Dutch. 

DE PERE STANDAARD, see Onze Standaard. 

85. TWIN CITY INDEX (w) Jan. 1877-1886. 
Title varies: De Pere Facts, 1877-Nov. 1883. 

Editors: J. A. Comerford, Jan.-Feb. 1877; D. E. Hickey, Mar. 1877-Nov. 1883: 
Steele and W. J. Bates, Nov. 1883-1884; P. P. Walsh, 1885-1886. 
WHi Feb. 6, 1879-Dec. 8, 1881. 

86. VOLKSSTEM (w) Mar. 14, 1890-July 1, 1919. 

Editors: John B. Heyrman and John A. Kuypers, 1890-1915; Adolph B. Suess, 

1915-1919. 

In Dutch. 

Publisher's files destroyed. 

Merged with Gazette Van Moline (Moline, 111.). 

WHi Mar. 14, 1890-Feb. 25, 1891; Mar. 8, 1893-Feb. 27, 1895; Mar. 4, 

1896-Feb. 22, 1899; Jan. 4-Dec. 27, 1911. 

ICMILC Apr. 3, 1918-June 24, 1919. 



FORT HOWARD 

(see Green Bay) 

GREEN BAY 

87. SUNDAY ADVANCE (w) Jan. 1883-Mar. 15, 1885. 
Editors: Joseph Maurer and John H. Nevins, 1883-1885; Nevins and W. J. Bates, 

1885. 

88. GREEN BAY ADVOCATE (w, sw, tw) Aug. 13, 1846-Dec. 
18, 1906. 

WHi Aug. 13, 1846-Dec. 23, 1897; Jan. 3, 1899-Dec. 18, 1906. 
WGb Aug. 13, 1846-Dec. 1867; Apr. 4, 1889-Dec. 16, 1897. 

89. GREEN BAY ADVOCATE (d) Oct. 1894-Dec. 31, 1898; 
Jan. 1902-Dec. 15, 1906. 

Editors: Charles D. and Albert C. Robinson, 1846-July 1885; Charles D. Robinson, 
July 1885-Sept. 1886; Edward Decker, Sept. 1886-June 1889; Decker and Albert 
Hoppe, June 1889-1893; Decker and W. C. Jenkins, 1894-Mar. 1899; J. E. Harris 
and H. S. Marvin, Mar. 1899-Mar. 1901; Decker and Harris, Mar. 1901-Aug. 1902; 
Francis R. Singleton, Aug. 1902-1906. 
Merged with Green Bay Gazette. 

WHi Jan. 1, 1897-Dec. 31, 1898; Nov. 19, 1903-Dec. 15, 1906. 

WGb Sept. 16, 1896-Dec. 31, 1898; Oct. 8, 1902-Dec. 15, 1906. 

90. ADVOCATE DAILY BULLETIN (d) Apr. 21, 1861- 
Aug. 1862. 

Published by Green Bay Advocate. 

WHi Apr. 24-Sept. 10, 1861. 

91. GREEN BAY BANNER (w) 1858-1859. 

Editors: A. Jacobi. 
In German. 

WGb Nov. 19, 1858-Oct. 21, 1859. 

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92. BAY CITY PRESS (w) June 30, 1860-Apr. 19, 1862. 
Editors: John D. La we and Porter Jones, June-Aug. 1860; Lawe and Harry E. 
Eastman, Aug. 1860-1861; Lawe and W. J. Green, Jan -Apr. 1862. 

WHi complete. 

WGb July 7, 1860-Apr. 12, 1862. 

93. BROWN COUNTY HERALD (w) Nov. 1872-Sept. 26, 
1878. 

Title varies: Fort Howard Herald, 1872-Mar. 1878. 

Editors: Charles J. Pratt, Nov. 1872-Jan. 1877; Pratt and William Munroe, Jan. 

1877-Mar. 1878; P. R. Proctor and John H. Nevins, Mar.-Sept. 1878. 

Merged with De Pere News. 

WHi Jan. 13, 1874-Sept. 29, 1875; Mar. 7-Sept. 26, 1878. 

94. GREEN BAY COURIER (w) Oct. 1874-July 1883. 
Published at Manitowoc: 1874-July 1875. 

Title varies: Concordia, 1874-Dec. 1881. 

Editors: James Fessler, 1874-July 1875; Friedrich Burkard, Aug. 1875-Mar. 1880; 

H. A. Burkard, Apr. 1880-Dec. 1881; Louis Bender and Andrew Rummel, Dec. 

1881-1883. 

In German. 

Followed by Landsmann. 

WHi Aug. 5, 1875-Dec. 1, 1881. 

95. GREEN BAY DATA (d, tw) Dec. 26, 1881-Jan. 11, 1883. 
Title varies: Daily Data, 1881-Dec. 1882. 

Editors: John H. Nevins. 
Followed by Green Bay Advance. 

WHi Jan. 6, 1882-Jan. 11, 1883. 

FORT HOWARD HERALD, see Brown County Herald. 

96. FORT HOWARD JOURNAL (w) Nov. 22, 1878-Oct. 

1880. 
Suspended: May-July 1880. 
Editors: Alexander Sutherland. 

WHi Nov. 22, 1878-Apr. 24, 1880. 

WGb Nov. 22, 1878-Apr. 24, 1880. 

97. FORT HOWARD MONITOR (w) Oct. 10, 1872-Jan. 
4, 1877. 

Editors: William Humphreville, 1872-Feb. 1873; David McCartney and Daniel 
Camp, Feb. 1873-1875; McCartney, 1876-1877. 
Merged with Fort Howard Herald. 

WHi Jan. 27, 1876-Jan. 4, 1877. 

FORT HOWARD REVIEW, see Green Bay Review. 

98. FORT HOWARD SENTINEL (w) 1882-1890 [?]. 
Editors: Darwin C. Pavey, 1882-1883; William Humphreville, 1883-1890. 

99. FREE PRESS (d) May 14, 1914-June 28, 1915. 
Editors: Victor I. Minahan. 

Followed by Green Bay Press-Gazette. 
WHi complete. 

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100. GREEN BAY SEMI-WEEKLY GAZETTE (w, sw) Mar. 
3, 1866-Oct. 15, 1915. 

Title varies: State Gazette, Aug. 1870-Aug. 1894. 
WHi complete. 
WGb Mar. 2, 1872-Feb. 19, 1876; Jan. 7, 1891-June 29, 1915. 

101. GREEN BAY GAZETTE (d) Mar. 4, 1871-June 28, 1915. 

Title varies: Daily State Gazette, 1871-Aug. 1894. 

Editors: George C. Ginty and Dwight I. Follett, Mar -Sept. 1866; Ginty, Sept. 

1866-1867; Ginty and William B. Tapley, Jan-Apr. 1868; Tapley and Follett, 

Apr. 1868-1869; Follett and George E. Hoskinson, 1870-Oct. 1883; Follett, Oct. 

1883-June 1888; Mrs. D. I. Follett, June 1888-July 1894; Walter E. Gardner, 

July 1894-Jan. 1899; N. C. Pickard, Jan. 1899-June 1915; John K. Kline, June-Oct. 

1915. 

WHi Nov. 6, 1871-Mar. 8, 1872. 

WGb Mar. 4, 1871-Apr. 30, 1872; Aug. 31, 1889-Dec. 31, 1914. 

102. GREEN BAY GLOBE (w) Feb. 1875-Aug. 22, 1883. 

Editors: Mather D. Kimball. 

WHi Apr. 12, 1875-June 27, 1876; May 1, 1877-Aug. 22, 1883. 
WGb Feb. 8, 1875-Aug. 22, 1883. 

103. GREEN BAY DAILY HERALD (d) Jan. 12, 1900-1901. 
Editors: Fiedler and Hollister. 

WGb Jan. 12, 1900-Feb. 5, 1901. 

104. GREEN BAY HERALD (w) 191 1-1916 [?]. 
Editors: Louis A. Sogey. 

105. GREEN BAY INTELLIGENCER (irreg) Dec. 11, 1833- 
June 1, 1836. 

First newspaper published in Wisconsin. 

Editors: John V. Suydam and Albert G. Ellis, 1833-Jan. 1834; Ellis, Jan. 1834- 
June 1835; Ellis and C. P. Arndt, June 1835-1836. 
Followed by Wisconsin Democrat. 
WHi complete. 

106. DAILY JOURNAL (d) 1894-Apr. 1895. 
Merged with Green Bay Advocate. 

107. LANDSMANN (w) Nov. 1883-1923. 

Editors: George Schleyer, 1883-1885; Schleyer and A. C. Lehmann, 1885-1886; 
Lehmann and Robinson, 1886-1900; Lehmann and Joseph Mies, 1900-1908; Mies, 
1908-1923. 
In German. 

108. GREEN BAY NEWS AND SOCIAL MIRROR (w) 1898- 
1899[?]. 

Editors: Fenton S. Fox. 

109. PHOENIX (w) Aug. 20-Dec. 23, 1841. 

Editors: John V. Suydam. 

110. GREEN BAY POST (w) 1857-1858. 
Editors: Jacob Fuss. 

In German. 

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111. GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE (d) June 29, 1915 to 
date. 

Editors: Victor I. Minahan and John K. Kline, 1915-Oct. 1930; Minahan, Oct. 
1930-1955; Leo B. Gannon, 1955 to date. 

WHi complete. 

WGb complete. 

112. GREEN BAY REPUBLICAN (w) Oct. 2, 1841-Nov. 5, 
1844. 

Editors: Henry O. Sholes. 

Followed by Wisconsin Republican (Fond du Lac) . 
WHi Oct. 17, 1843-Nov. 5, 1844. 

113. GREEN BAY REVIEW (m, w, sw) Sept. 1875-Jan. 25, 
1919. 

Title varies: Fort Howard Review, 1875-June 1895. 

Editors: D. M. Burns, 1875-Nov. 1876; James Kerr, Nov. 1876-July 1913; Charles 

S. Kerr, July 1913-1919. 

WHi Feb. 13, 1877-Mar. 30, 1895; Jan. 4, 1896-Jan. 25, 1919. 

WGb Jan. 2, 1897-Dec. 14, 1918. 

114. RURAL TIMES (w) 1898-1902. 

Published by Green Bay Daily Times. 

115. GREEN BAY SPECTATOR (w) July 1851-Nov. 30, 1853. 
Editors: Samuel Ryan, Jr., July-Oct. 1851; Ryan and A. E. Cooley, Oct. 1851-1853. 

STATE GAZETTE, see Green Bay Gazette. 

116. GREEN BAY SUN (w) 1894-1896 [?] . 

Editors: Sun Pub. Co. 

117. GREEN BAY DAILY TIMES (d) Nov. 1899-1902. 

Editors: Paul D. and Henry M. Peterson, 1899- Mar. 1900; Hans J. Rieg, Mar. 
1900-1902. 

WHi Nov. 26, 1899-June 8, 1900. 

WGb Nov. 26, 1899-June 8, 1900. 

118. GREEN BAY VOLKS ZEITUNG (w) 1874-1879 [?]. 
Editors: J. H. Schuette. 

In German. 

119. WISCONSIN DEMOCRAT (w) Aug. 1836-Mar. 31, 1840. 

Editors: Henry O. and Charles C. Sholes, Aug.-Nov. 1836; Charles C. Sholes, Nov. 
1836-1840. 

Followed by Southport Telegraph (Kenosha) . 
WHi Nov. 11, 1837-Mar. 24, 1840. 

120. WISCONSIN FREE PRESS (w) Aug. 1, 1835-Mar. 30, 
1836. 

Editors: William Stevenson and Joseph Dickinson. 
Merged with Green Bay Intelligencer. 
WHi Jan. 9-Mar. 30, 1836. 

121. WISCONSIN STAATS-ZEITUNG (w) July 1868-Feb. 
1878. 

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Editors: Fred Burkard, 1868-Apr. 1875; B. G. Grunnert, Apr. 1875-Feb. 1876; J. 

H. Schuette, Feb. 1876-Oct. 1877; Henry Schuette, Oct. 1877-1878. 

In German. 

Followed by Green Bay Zeitung. 

WHi Jan. 15-Apr. 2, 1874. 

122. WISCONSIN STAATS-ZEITUNG (w) July 16, 1874-July 
29, 1875. 

Fditors: Valentine Burkard. 

In German. 

Merged with Concordia. 

WHi complete. 

123. GREEN BAY ZEITUNG (w) June-Nov. 1879. 
Editors: H. J. Lohmar. 

In German. 



NAVARINO 

(see Green Bay) 

PULASKI 

124. PULASKI HERALD (w) 1925-1929 [?] . 

Editors: William Comstock. 

125. TRI-COUNTY NEWS (w) 1937-1942 [?]. 
Editors: Ray J. Riordan, 1937-1941; Dale C. Hickok, 1941-1942. 



WRIGHTSTOWN 
126. WRIGHTSTOWN NEWS (w) 1918-1919 [?] 

Editors: W. P. Smith. 



IS 



Buffalo County 



ALMA 

127. ALMA BLAETTER (w) Nov. 30, 1888-June 9, 1910. 

Published by Buffalo County Republikaner (Fountain City) . 
Issued as a section of that newspaper from Sept. 1892 to Nov. 1894. 
In German. 

WHi complete. 

128. BUFFALO COUNTY JOURNAL (w) Apr. 27, 1861 to 
date. 

Title varies: Alma Journal, June 1863-July 1869; Alma Weekly Express, July 1869- 
June 1879. 

Editors: James M. Brackett, 1861-June 1862; R. H. Copeland, June 1862-June 
1864; Brackett, June 1864-Apr. 1865; Copeland and John Hunner, Apr. 1865-1867; 
Hunner and C. Moser, 1867-June 1868; A. D. Perkins and Perry P. McBride, June 
1868-1869; George W. Gilkey and John E. Stillman, 1869-Jan. 1871; Hunner and 
John W. DeGroff, Jan. 1871-Dec. 1872; DeGroff and A. Rockwell, Dec. 1872-Oct. 
1873; DeGroff and George A. Edes, Nov. 1873-Apr. 1875; DeGroff, Apr. 1875-1890; 
E. F. Ganz, 1891-June 1913; Frank F. Stroebl and Theodore Buehler, July 1913- 
July 1924; Buehler, July 1924-Nov. 1943; Arthur M. Amlund, Nov. 1943-Apr. 1944; 
E. Frank Cooper, May 1944-May 1945; Clarence E. Cronick, May 1945-June 1951; 
Gerald C. Rassback, July 1951 to date. 

WHi Apr. 27, 1861-Dec. 1, 1864; July 29, 1869-Dec. 15, 1870; Jan. 15, 

1874 to date. 

129. ALMA MIRROR (w) 1891-1895 [?]. 
Editors: Frank J. Kempter. 



BUFFALO CITY 

(see Fountain City) 



COCHRANE 

130. LANDSMANN (w) Jan. 1900-Aug. 28, 1914. 
Editors: John Schlosstein, 1900-1904; John Meili, 1904-1914. 

In German. 

131. COCHRANE RECORDER (w) Dec. 10, 1914 to date. 
Editors: David I. Hammergren, 1914-Jan. 1915; Leroy F. Schwenneker, Feb. 1915- 
Aug. 1916; Oliver R. Weinandy and Emil Utermoehl, Aug. 1916-Jan. 1920; David 
I. Hammergren, Feb. 1920-1923; Leland L. Quimby, 1924-July 1927; David I. 
Hammergren, July 1927-May 1945; Larry E. and David J. Hammergren, June 
1945-Nov. 1956; Louis Schuth, Nov. 1956 to date. 

WHi Dec. 9, 1943 to date. 

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FOUNTAIN CITY 

132. FOUNTAIN CITY ADVOCATE (w) Sept. 1857-Mar. 
1858. 

Editors: Joseph K. Averill. 

133. FOUNTAIN CITY BEACON (w) July 25, 1856-Oct. 18, 
1858. 

Editors: Louis M. Rose and Fred A. Wheelock, July-Nov. 1856; Joseph K. Averill, 
Nov. 1856-Aug. 1857; Charles G. Peterson, Aug. 1857-1858. 

134. BUFFALO COUNTY ADVERTISER (w) 1860-1861. 
Editors: Martin Pierce and C. Bohri. 

135. BUFFALO COUNTY REPUBLICAN (w) Mar. 15, 1861 
to date. 

Suspended: July-Oct. 1861. 

Title varies: Buffalo County Republikaner , 1861-Jan. 1924. 

Editors: Charles Lohmann, Mar .-July 1861; G. G. Oppliger, Oct. 1861-Apr. 1869; 

John F. Hauser, Apr. 1869-Nov. 1871; Joseph Leicht, Nov. 1871-May 1882; Fred- 

erich Hepp and John L. Utermoehl, June 1882-Aug. 1887; Hepp and Jacob Meili, 

Sept. 1887-Nov. 1888; John Schmitz and Paul F. Mueller, Nov. 1888-Nov. 1890; 

Mueller, Nov. 1890-Mar. 1896; Utermoehl, Mar. 1896-June 1898; Emil Wittzack, 

July 1898-June 1910; Justin Landwehr, June 1910-July 1928; David I. Hammer- 

gren, July 1928-May 1930; Mahlon H. Johnson, May 1930 to date. 

In German: 1861-Jan. 1924. 

WHi Apr. 16, 1870 to date. 



MONDOVI 

136. BUFFALO COUNTY NEWS (w) July 1898-July 6, 1923. 
Editors: H. E. Browne, 1898-July 1901; Harry H. Scott, July 1901-1921; James M. 
Scott, 1921-1923. 

Merged with Mondovi Herald. 

137. MONDOVI HERALD-NEWS (w) Feb. 4, 1876 to date. 

Title varies: Buffalo County Herald, 1876-June 1890; Mondovi Herald, June 1890- 
July 1823. 

Editors: Walter L. Houser and George E. Gilkey, Feb -Nov. 1876; Houser, Nov. 
1876-Mar. 1877; Gilkey, Mar. 1877-July 1878; W. H. and C. E. Edes, Aug. 1878- 
May 1879; Gilkey, May 1879-1881; Houser, 1881-Jan. 1882; J. C. Rathbun, Feb. 
1882-May 1885; Houser, May 1885-1893; Houser and W. H. Smith, 1894-1907; 
Smith, 1908-May 1911; Charles White and A. W. Van Wormer, May 1911-Apr. 
1912; E. F. Hohmann and Frank L. St. John, May 1912-Aug. 1913; St. John, Aug. 
1913-Aug. 1946; T. R. Kosmo, Aug. 1946 to date. 

WHi Oct. 5, 1876-Aug. 30, 1879; Jan. 13, 1882 to date. 



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GRANTSBURG 

138. BURNETT COUNTY SENTINEL (w) Feb. 12, 1875- 
Jan. 27, 1910. 

Editors: M. Westcott, Feb. 1875-Mar. 1876; W. E. Talboys, Mar. 1870-1888; G. A. 
Olson, 1889-1891; Anton M. Anderson, 1892-Sept. 1896; William Hoff stead, Oct. 
1896-Apr. 1901; Herbert Ahlstrom and A. J. Myrland, Apr. 1901-May 1905; Myr- 
land and Charles L. Fisher, May 1905-1908; Fisher, 1909-1910. 
Merged with Journal of Burnett County. 

WHi Jan. 14, 1876-May 24, 1894; Jan. 17, 1895-Jan. 27, 1910. 

139. JOURNAL OF BURNETT COUNTY (w) Aug. 7, 1895 
to date. 

Editors: Edward L. Peet, 1894-Dec. 1904; Fred R. Huth, Dec. 1904-Aug. 1951; D. 
E. Carlsen and Maurice Crownhart, Aug. 1951-July 1952; Crownhart, July 1952 
to date. 

WHi complete. 



SIREN 

140. BURNETT COUNTY LEADER (w) Nov. 26, 1937-Mar. 
31, 1955. 

Editors: Bennie Bye, 1937-Aug. 1947; Mrs. L. B. Dolan, Sept. 1947-1955. 
Merged with Inter-County Leader (Frederic) . 
WHi Jan. 6, 1944-Mar. 31, 1955. 

141. SIREN MESSENGER (w) 1928-1931 [?]. 
Editors: C. A. Babcock, 1928-1930; Irving Swanson, 1930-1931. 

142. SIREN PROGRESS (w) 1916-1917 [?]. 
Editors: George C. El wood. 



WEBSTER 

143. BURNETT COUNTY ENTERPRISE (w) 1913-Sept. 13, 

1951. 

Editors: George C. Elwood, 1913-1916; Hugh Jeffries, 1916-June 1917; M. D. 
Hinshaw, June 1917-May 1919; W. A. Pursel, June 1919-Jan. 1929; George C. Gil- 
ford, Jan. 1929-1930; R. A. Banta, 1930-1933; Floyd L. Lantz, 1933-1941; Fred R. 
Huth, 1941-1951. 
Merged with Journal of Burnett County (Grantsburg) . 

WHi June 7, 1917-Nov. 7, 1929; Jan. 4, 1946-Sept. 13, 1951. 

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Calumet County 



BRILLION 

144. BRILLION NEWS (w) Sept. 7, 1894 to date. 

Editors: W. W. Stoddard, 1894-Aug. 1895; H. W. Buckle and Eugene Bing, Aug. 
1895-July 1897; Bing, July 1897-Sept. 1898; Harry Jones, Sept. 1898-June 1899; 
Jay Matthews, June-July 1899; Otto J. Zander, July 1899-Aug. 1944; Elliot T. 
Zander, Aug. 1944 to date. 
WHi complete. 



CHILTON 

145. CHILTON CALUMET (w) 1898-1902[?]. 
Editors: A. J. Leighton. 

146. CALUMET COUNTY NEWS (w) 1880-1884 [?]. 
Editors: H. D. Wing, 1880-1883; Dankoler Bros., 1883-1884. 

147. CALUMET COUNTY REFLECTOR (w) Sept. 1867- 
1870[?]. 

Editors: E. N. Sweet. 

148. CHILTON GUARDIAN (w) 1886-1887 [?]. 

Editors: William B. Minahan. 

149. INDEPENDENT JOURNAL (w) Dec. 7, 1916-Feb. 23, 
1933. 

Editors: W. H. Heath and Joseph Grassold, 1916-Nov. 1917; Grassold, Nov. 1917- 
1933. 

Merged with Chilton Times. 
WHi complete. 

150. CHILTON TIMES-JOURNAL (w) Sept. 26, 1857 to date. 
Title varies: Chilton Times, 1857-Feb. 1933. 

Editors: C. W. Fitch, 1857-May 1858; John P. Hume, May 1858-Aug. 1881; Wil- 
liam A. and John P. Hume, Jr., Aug. 1881-Nov. 1891; William A. Hume, Nov. 
1891-Sept. 1930; William J. McHale, Sept. 1930-July 1953; Alan M. Ohde, July 
1953-July 1955; Edward W. Robb and Chester P. Holway, July 1955 to date. 
WHi complete. 

151. VOLKSBOTE (w) 1877-1883 [?]. 
Editors: George Schleyer. 

In German. 

152. WISCONSIN DEMOKRAT (w) 1873-1917. 
Editors: Henry Arnold, 1873-1900; Joseph Grassold, 1900-1917. 

In German. 

WHi Dec. 13, 1877-Nov. 21, 1890; May 5, 1893-Sept. 22, 1899; July 1, 
1904-Dec. 27, 1912. 

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GRAVESVILLE 
153. CALUMET REPUBLICAN (w) Aug. 4, 1859- Dec. 1861 

Editors: John N. Stone. 

WHi Aug. 4, 1859-July 29, 1861. 



HILBERT 

154. HILBERT FAVORITE (w) 1908 to date. 

Editors: F. G. Shirley, 1908-1911; Frank E. Pieper, 1911-1941; Leonard J. Suttner 

1941 to date. 

WHi Oct. 31, 1943 to date. 



NEW HOLSTEIN 
155. NEW HOLSTEIN REPORTER (w) 1902 to date. 

Title varies: Calumet County Reporter, 1902- [?]. 

Editors: T. H. McElroy, 1902-1908; B. A. Roate, 1908-1928; Mrs. B. A. Roate, 
1928-1932; E. A. Minton, 1932-1933; R. P. Cooley, 1933-1935; R. P. and Everett 
M. Cooley, 1935 to date. 

WHi Dec. 9, 1943 to date. 



STOCKBRIDGE 

156. STOCKBRIDGE ENTERPRISE (w) 1873-1874 [?]. 

Editors: Friedrich A. Biffmann. 

157. STOCKBRIDGE UNION (w) Apr. 10, 1873-1874 [?] . 

Editors: Friedrich A. Biffmann. 
In German. 

WHi Apr. 10-July 23, 1873. 



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BLOOMER 

158. BLOOMER ADVANCE (w) July 1886 to date. 

Editors: Henry C. Schultz, 1886-July 1887; Frank O. Wisner, July 1887-July 1889; 
H. L. Van Dalsen, July 1889-Jan. 1890; Edgar N. Bowers, Jan. 1890- July 1896; 
Frank E. Andrews, July 1896-Nov. 1900; A. O. LeBell, Nov. 1900-May 1901; An- 
drews, May 1901-June 1946; William A. Ender, July 1946-May 1947; Alfred Bauer, 
June 1947 to date. 

WHi Mar. 21, 1895 to date. 

159. BLOOMER ADVOCATE (w) Feb. 12, 1897-1909. 

Editors: E. J. Morrison, 1897-Jan. 1899; W. N. Priddy, Feb. 1899-1909. 

160. BLOOMER FREE PRESS (sm) Sept. 1, 1923-June 18, 
1925. 

Editors: George W. Deuel. 

161. BLOOMER SIGNAL (w) 1882-Apr. 14, 1883. 
Editors: Frank A. Cole. 

162. BLOOMER WORKMAN (w) July 27, 1880-May 1886. 
Editors: George L. Jones. 

Followed by Chippewa Falls Workman. 

WHi May 5, 1881-Mar. 1, 1883. 



BOYD 

163. BOYD LEADER (w) 1898-1902[?]. 
Editors: Clarence E. McKee. 

164. BOYD TIMES-HERALD (w) Oct. 2, 1897-1921. 

Editors: George W. Deuel, 1897-1906; Elmer Trickey, 1906-1907; Guy Cooper, 
1907-1909; Archie Mohr, 1909-1911; John P. Hayden, 1911-1916; T. B. Guthrie, 
1916-1917; J. W. Grant, 1917-1920; August Fank, 1920-1921. 

165. BOYD TRANSCRIPT (w) 1922 to date. 

Editors: B. J. Fuller, 1922-1927; Charles Newton, 1927-Oct. 1929; H. W. Broch- 
trup, Oct. 1929 to date. 

WHi Jan. 15, 1937 to date. 

166. BOYD WEEKLY (w) 1921-1922. 
Editors: P. R. Schultz. 

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CADOTT 

167. CADOTT BLADE (w) 1890-Apr. 1914. 

Editors: James A. Barager, 1890-May 1895; William R. Munroe, May 1895-1909; 
F. D. and A. W. Calway, 1909-Sept. 1912; John P. Hayden, Sept. 1912-Mar. 1913; 
Dale C. Hickok, Mar. 1913-1914. 
Followed by Cadott Sentinel. 

168. CADOTT RECORD (w) Nov. 1881-Oct. 1889. 
Editors: William S. and Allan C. Munroe. 

169. CADOTT SENTINEL (w) Apr. 10, 1914 to date. 
Editors: M. R. Stewart, 1914-Apr. 1919; Earl W. Bates, Apr. 1919-May 1922; A. T. 
Nabbefeld, May 1922-May 1954; Walter H. Brovald, May 1954 to date. 

WHi Oct. 8, 1943 to date. 



CHIPPEWA FALLS 

170. AVALANCHE (w) 1873-1876. 

Editors: Theodore F. Hollister. 

171. CATHOLIC SENTINEL (w) July 1889-June 1919. 

Title varies: Chippewa Sentinel, July-Dec. 1889. 

Editors: Rev. C. F. Goldsmith, 1889-1890; Arthur Gough, 1891-1919. 

WHi Jan. 21, 1892-May 25, 1916. 

WCh Jan. 1902-Dec. 1916. 

172. CHIPPEWA COUNTY INDEPENDENT (w) Apr. 1881- 
Dec. 11, 1889. 

Title varies: Chippewa Valley Independent, 1881- [?]. 

Editors: Josiah N. Phillips, 1881-May 1888; T. J. Cunningham and L. A. Ingersoll, 

May 1888-1889. 

Merged with Chippewa Times. 

WHi Dec. 29, 1881-Apr. 17, 1884. 

173. CHIPPEWA VALLEY PIONEER (w) July 1859-Dec. 
1860. 

Editors: Arthur W. Delany. 
Merged with Eau Claire Free Press. 

CHIPPEWA VALLEY UNION, see Chippewa Union and 
Times. 

174. CHIPPEWA CURRENT (d, w) Sept. 28, 1893-June 1895. 
Editors: Henry C. Schultz and C. F. Trogner. 

175. CHIPPEWA FALLS DEMOCRAT (w) May 6, 1869-Dec. 
1872. 

Editors: George W. Lambert, May-Dec. 1869; Lambert and Gus O. Austin, 1870- 
Nov. 1871; Lambert, Nov. 1871-1872. 

WHi June 3, 1869-Nov. 14, 1872. 

CHIPPEWA DAILY GAZETTE, see Chippewa Telegram. 

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176. WEEKLY HERALD (w) Jan. 29, 1870-1918. 
WHi Feb. 19, 1870-Aug. 31, 1917. 

WCh Jan. 29, 1870-Feb. 19, 1892; Jan. 1900-Dec. 1918. 

177. CHIPPEWA HERALD-TELEGRAM (d) June 25, 1894 
to date. 

Title varies: Chippewa Herald, 1894-1926. 

Editors: George C. Ginty, 1870-Dec. 1890; Mrs. G. C. Ginty, Dec. 1890-Feb. 1892; 
Frank L. Perrin, Feb. 1892-May 1893; James Hovey, May 1893-July 1898; George 
E. Dee, July 1898-Mar. 1923; Charles D. Hunter, Mar. 1923-1926; William H. 
Gharrity, 1926-1949; Milo E. Nickel, 1949 to date. 

WHi Aug. 11, 1936 to date. 

WCh Jan. 1919 to date. 

EVENING INDEPENDENT, see Chippewa Telegram. 

178. CHIPPEWA JOURNAL-TRIBUNE (d) Oct. 24, 1912- 
Aug. 5, 1913. 

Editors: William R. Dobbyn and M. S. Cheatham. 
WCh complete. 

179. CHIPPEWA OBSERVER (w) May 1896-Oct. 4, 1899. 
Editors: E. C. Taylor. 

WHi Jan. 5, 1898-Oct. 4, 1899. 

180. PEOPLE'S PAPER (w) Aug. 11, 1894-1895. 

Editors: R. L. Thornton. 

WHi Aug. 11-Nov. 17, 1894. 

CHIPPEWA SENTINEL, see Catholic Sentinel. 

181. CHIPPEWA TELEGRAM (d) Oct. 2, 1887-Dec. 4, 1926. 

Title varies: Daily Independent, 1887-Mar. 1916; Evening Independent, Mar. 
1916-Dec. 1919; Chippewa Daily Press, Dec. 1919-Sept. 1920; Wisconsin Daily 
Press, Oct. 1920-Oct. 1921; Chippewa Daily Gazette, Nov. 1921-Nov. 1924. 
Editors: William Irving, Jr., 1887-1896; T. J. Cunningham, 1896-Sept. 1919; Au- 
gust F. Ender, Sept. 1919-Oct. 1921; Wilbur H. Bridgman, Nov. 1921-Nov. 1924; 
Victor Fowler and Charles D. Hunter, Nov. 1924-1926. 
Merged with Chippewa Herald. 

WCh Oct. 2, 1900-Dec. 4, 1926. 

182. THALBOTE (w) Jan. 31, 1895-1906. 

Editors: F. W. Grumm, 1895-1897; Theodore Brockmann, 1897-1906. 
In German. 

183. CHIPPEWA FALLS TIMES (w) May-July 1866. 
Editors: W. J. Whipple. 

Merged with Chippeiva Valley Union. 

184. CHIPPEWA TIMES (w) Oct. 6, 1875-Aug. 15, 1916. 

Title varies: Chippewa Times and Independent, Dec. 1889-Apr. 1892. 
Editors: T. J. Cunningham, 1875-Nov. 1876; Cunningham and Horace J. Hoff- 
man, Nov. 1876-Dec. 1889; Josiah N. Phillips, Dec. 1889-1890; W. F. Boland, 
1890-1897; Cunningham, 1897-1916. 

WHi Dec. 1, 1875-Aug. 15, 1916. 

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185. CHIPPEWA UNION AND TIMES (w) Sept. 1861-Dec. 
7, 1869. 

Title varies: Chippewa Valley Union, 1861-July 1866. 

Editors: Andrew K. Gregg, 1861- Jan. 1862: James M. Brackett, Apr. 1865-Jan. 

1869; Brackett and Henry Kelsey, Jan.-Dec. 1869. 

Merged with Chippewa Falls Democrat. 

WHi Jan. 12, 1867-Nov. 27, 1869. 

WISCONSIN PRESS, see Chippewa Telegram. 

186. CHIPPEWA FALLS WORKMAN (w) June 1886-1890. 
Editors: George L. Jones, 1886-1887: H. A. Van Dalsen, 1887-1888; Edgar N. 
Bowers, 1888-1890. 

Merged with Chippewa Times. 



CORNELL 

187. CHIPPEWA VALLEY COURIER (w) July 1, 1911 to 
date. 

Editors: George W. Deuel, 1911-1915; Albert J. Hartley, 1915-1918; M. W. Stone, 
Jan.-June 1919; Howard W. Sims, June 1919-Oct. 1924; W. H. Howard, Nov. 
1924-Apr. 1938; Mrs. W. H. Howard, Apr. 1938-1942; R. W. Howard, 1942-July 
1948; Lyle R. Howard, July 1948-Oct. 1952; Thomas M. Hurlburt, Oct. 1952- 
Sept. 1954; Leonard Freid, Oct. 1954-Mar. 1956; Arnott S. Widstrand, Apr. 1956 
to date. 

WHi Oct. 7, 1943 to date. 

188. CORNELL FREE PRESS (w) 1915-1916 [?]. 

Editors: Georjje W. Deuel. 



HOLCOMBE 

189. HOLCOMBE JOURNAL (w) 1906-1917. 

Editors: William R. Munroe and E. H. Burnham, 1906-1908; Burnham, 1908- 
1917. 

190. HOLCOMBE TRIBUNE (w) Mar. 10, 1921-Apr. 23, 
1925. 

Editors: George R. Ranow, Mar-May 1921; Howard W. Sims, May 1921-Nov. 
1924; W. H. Howard, Nov. 1924-1925. 



NEW AUBURN 

191. NEW AUBURN TIMES (w) Mar. 12, 1902-1919. 

Editors: T. G. Cummings, 1902-1903; H. Gordon Goddard, 1903-1915; C. B. Lod- 
gaard, 1915-1916; L. H. Stefflre, 1916-1917; George W. Deuel, 1917-1919. 



STANLEY 

192. STANLEY CHRONICLE (w) 1899-1900 [?]. 

Editors: Richard T. Yundt. 

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193. STANLEY JOURNAL (w) May 26, 1894-Apr. 18, 1897. 
Editors: William R. Munroe, 1894-May 1895; C. B. Culbertson, May-Sept. 1895; 
T. J. Cunningham, Sept. 1895-1897. 

194. STANLEY REPUBLICAN (w) May 16, 1896 to date. 
Editors: Wilbur H. Bridgman, 1896-Oct. 1943; H. R. Johnson, Nov. 1943-1947; 
C. F. Bridgman, 1947-1952; Walter H. Brovald, 1952-1954; Earl W. Bates, 1954 to 
date. 

WHi complete. 

WSt Jan. 1918 to date. 

195. STANLEY TIMES (w) 1906-1907. 
Editors: W. A. Kinney. 



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ABBOTSFORD 

196. ABBOTSFORD CLARION (w) 1900-1919 [?]. 

Editors: Roy G. Taylor, 1900-1903; Fred A. Pier, 1903-1911; E. A. Egery, 1911- 
1912; Herman L. Kronschnabl, 1912-1916; William Manners, 1916-1918; Henry E. 
Ryberg, 1918-1919. 

197. ABBOTSFORD TRIBUNE (w) Jan. 11, 1923 to date. 
Editors: Ervin C. Clark, 1923-1927; Otis C. Adams, 1927-Mar. 1934; Robert J. 
Janda, Mar. 1934 to date. 

WHi Jan. 11, 1923-Dec. 30, 1925; Jan. 5-Dec. 27, 1928; Jan. 2, 1930 
to date. 



COLUMBIA 

198. COLUMBIA GAZETTE (w) 1895-1898 [?] 

Editors: James A. Phillips. 



CURTISS 

199. CURTISS ADVANCE (w) June 20, 1923-Mar. 14, 1934. 

Published by Abbortsford Tribune. 

WHi June 25, 1924-July 14, 1926; Jan. 5-Dec. 27, 1928; Jan. 2, 1930- 
Mar. 14, 1934. 

200. CURTISS RECORD (w) 191 1-1912 [?] . 

Editors: Vernon P. Barager. 



DORCHESTER 

201. CLARK COUNTY HERALD (w) Mar. 1905-1918 [?] . 

Editors: Herman L. Kronschnabl, 1905-Mar. 1909; William Manners, Apr. 1909- 
1914; B. F. Manners, 1914-1916; A.P. Gessert, 1916-1918. 

202. DORCHESTER CLARION (w) 1919 to date. 
Suspended: Jan.-Nov. 1937. 

Editors: Ray W. Hugoboom, 1919-1936; Bert Amacher, Dec. 1937-1938; B. Dayton 
Merriman, 1939-June 1945; Walter P. Lehnertz, June 1945 to date. 
WHi Oct. 7, 1943 to date. 

203. DEUTSCHE VOLKSZEITUNG (w) 1892-1894 [? J. 

Editors: William Evers. 
In German. 

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204. DORCHESTER HEROLD (w) 1904-1906 [?] . 

Editors: B. J. Fuller. 
In German. 

205. NEW ERA (w) 1898-1900[?]. 

Editors: Clarence J. Zook. 

206. DORCHESTER REPORTER (w) Sept. 7, 1900-1904 [?] 
Editors: Ray W. Hugoboom. 



GRANTON 

207. GRANTON HERALD (w) 1923-1938 [?]. 

Editors: W. E. Clough, 1923-1926; W. F. Phillips, 1926-1927; Glenn D. McKee, 
1927-1937; August F. Ender, 1937-1938. 

208. GRANTON NEWS (w) 1904-May 6, 1921. 

Editors: F. J. Baer. 

Merged with Republican and Press (Neillsville) . 

209. GRANTON SENTINEL (w) 1938-1940[?]. 

Editors: A. Reinert. 



GREENWOOD 

210. GREENWOOD GLEANER (w) Jan. 1891 to date. 
Editors: J. E. Noyes, 1891-July 1908; H. H. Hartsori, July 1908-1916; William F 
Neuenfeldt, 1916-June 1946; Albert P. Neuenfeldt, June 1946 to date. 

WHi Feb. 2, 1900 to date. 

211. GREENWOOD HEADLIGHT (w) 1887-1889[?]. 

Editors: George B. Begley. 



HUMBIRD 

212. HUMBIRD ENTERPRISE (w) Oct. 15, 1904-1950. 

Editors: G. H. Horrell, Oct.-Dec. 1904; E. T. Hale, 1905-1949; H. J. Quartemont, 
1949-1950. 

WHi Oct. 7, 1905-Jan. 29, 1949. 



LOYAL 

213. CLARK COUNTY CHRONICLE (w) 1899-1902 [?]. 
Editors: George W. Meacham. 

214. LOYAL TRIBUNE (w) Feb. 16, 1894 to date. 

Editors: B. M. Fullmer and D. V. Richardson, 1894-1903; J. E. Noyes, 1903-Oct. 
1905; Harry V. Ross, Oct. 1905-Apr. 1906; Frank D. Brown, Apr.- June 1906; Rav 
G. Taylor, June-Oct. 1906; A. A. Roessler, Oct. 1906-Mar. 1914; Roessler and 
William F. Neuenfeldt, Apr.-Aug. 1914; Neuenfeldt, Sept. 1914-May 1916; Hattie 

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Richardson, June 1916-Mar. 1923; Leon F. Thelken, Apr. 1923-Mar. 1925; Law- 
rence Cowles, Mar. 1925-1928; Cowles and Jacob R. Steiner, 1929-Nov. 1951; Lee 
Favreau, Nov. 1951 to date. 
Publisher's files destroyed: 1894-1929. 

WHi Jan. 19, 1905-Apr. 19, 1906; Oct. 11, 1906 to date. 



NEILLSVILLE 

215. NEILLSVILLE BLADE (w) 1890-1892 [?]. 
Editors: Albert Calway and George W. Meacham. 

216. CLARK COUNTY ADVOCATE (w) 1862-1867. 

Editors: William C. Tompkins, 1862-Apr. 1863; C. W. Carpenter, Apr. 1863-1 866; 
Andrew J. Manley and Frank Cooper, 1866-1867. 

217. CLARK COUNTY COURIER (w) June 1879-1881. 

Editors: M. W. Parker. 

WHi Jan. 27, 1880-Feb. 1, 1881. 

218. CLARK COUNTY JOURNAL (w) Jan. 31, 1867-Nov. 
1872. 

Editors: John S. Dore. 

219. CLARK COUNTY JOURNAL (w) Oct. 17, 1935-Oct. 8, 
1936. 

Editors: P. C. Lubovic. 

220. CLARK COUNTY PRESS (w) June 27, 1873-Apr. 18, 
1876. 

Editors: Horace J. Hoffman. 
Merged with Clark County Republican. 
WHi complete. 

221. CLARK COUNTY PRESS (w) Oct. 25, 1867 to date. 

Title varies: Clark County Republican, 1867-1878; Republican and Press, 1879- 
May 1921; Neillsville Press, May 1921-Sept. 1938. 

Editors: Edward Merritt, 1867-Mar. 1874; Charles J. Cooper, Mar. 1874-Mar. 
1875; James Hewett and Jones Tompkins, Mar. 1875-Apr. 1876; Horace J. Hoff- 
man, Apr. 1876-Nov. 1884; I. T. Carr, Nov. 1884-Apr. 1889; J. H. Tifft and Milton 
F. Satterlee, Apr. 1889-Mar. 1891; Tifft, Mar. 1891-Mar. 1900; Tifft and George E. 
Crothers, Mar. 1900-Feb. 1920; Crothers, Mar. 1920-1931; Crothers and Jesse A. 
Leeson, 1931-Aug. 1937; August F. Ender, Aug. 1937-Sept. 1938; Wells F. Harvey, 
Sept. 1938 to date. 

WHi Sept. 6, 1871 to date. 

222. DEUTSCH-AMERIKANER (w) Oct. 7, 1880-Oct. 7, 1920. 
Editors: Noah Schultz, 1880-1883; Horace J. Hoffman, 1883-1885; Herman 
Schuster and Carl Rabenstein, 1885-1889; Rabenstein, 1889-1918; Emma Roessler, 
1918-1920. 

In German. 

WHi Feb. 17, 1916-Oct. 7, 1920. 

223. ENTERPRISE (w) Feb. 12, 1876-May 4, 1878. 

Title varies: Langlade Enterprise (Colby) , 1876-Feb. 1878. 

Editors: James A. Parkhurst, 1876-Feb. 1878; T. J. Cleaver, Mar.-May 1878. 

Merged with Republican and Press. 

WHi Mar. 25-June 17, 1876; Dec. 30, 1876-May 4, 1878. 

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224. GOOD CITIZEN (w) Mar.-Oct. 1909. 
Editors: L. B. Ring. 

225. NEILLSVILLE NEWS (w) 1900-1903. 
Editors: Robert E. Boehm. 

NEILLSVILLE PRESS, see Clark County Press. 

REPUBLICAN AND PRESS, see Clark County Press. 

226. NEILLSVILLE TIMES (w) Dec. 1881-May 5, 1921. 
Editors: James O'Neill and L. A. Doolittle, 1881-Aug. 1885; Milton F. Satterlee 
and William N. Wells, Aug. 1885-Feb. 1886; Satterlee and George U. Ure, Feb. 
1886-Apr. 1888; J. D. Brothers, Apr. 1888-Apr. 1889; L. B. Ring, Apr. 1889-Nov. 
1905; V. A. McGillivray, Nov. 1905-Nov. 1906; Levy Williamson, Nov. 1906-1921. 
Merged with Republican and Press. 

WHi Mar. 21, 1882-Dec. 20, 1887; Jan. 7, 1897-May 5, 1921. 

227. TRUE REPUBLICAN (w) July 1879-Dec. 15, 1887. 

Editors: L. B. Ring. 

Merged with Neillsville Times. 

WHi Mar. 18, 1880-Dec. 15, 1887. 

228. UNION FLAG (w) Oct. 14, 1861-1862 [?]. 
Editors: John S. Dore. 



OWEN 
229. OWEN ENTERPRISE (w) Jan. 18, 1906 to date. 

Title varies: Owen Advertiser, 1906-1908. 

Editors: George W. Deuel, 1906-1908; Harvey Erickson, 1908-1909; J. T. Flint, 
1909-1911; F. J. Sherry, 1911-Feb. 1914; Vernon R. Barager, Feb. 1914-1937; 
Vernon R. and James R. Barager, 1937-Nov. 1955; James R. Barager, Nov. 1955 
to date. 

WHi Dec. 9, 1943 to date. 



THORP 

230. THORP COURIER (w) Nov. 23, 1883 to date. 

Editors: William Wagner, 1883-May 1943; William S. Wagner, May 1943-1950; 
Wagner and Robert E. Elkins, 1950 to date. 
WHi June 18, 1891 to date. 

231. THORP LEADER (w) July 20-Nov. 16, 1888. 
Editors: W. M. Hotchkiss. 

232. THORP REPUBLICAN (w) Aug. 21, 1897-Mar. 12, 1898. 
Editors: Clarence E. McKee. 



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WITHEE 
233. WITHEE JOURNAL (w) Mar. 1902-Mar. 8, 1934. 

Title varies: Withee Sentinel, 1902-1914; Clark County Journal, 1914- [?]. 
Editors: James A. Barager, 1902-1906; Mrs. A. L. Barager, 1906-1914; A. K. Stan- 
ning, 1914-1916; A. W. Lang, 1916-1918; Peter Lang, 1918-1920; James W. LeBell, 
1920-1922; Ervin C. Clark, 1923-1927; Otis C. Adams, 1927-Mar. 1934. 

WHi Jan. 1, 1915-Dec. 28, 1917; Jan. 4, 1923-Dec. 31, 1925; Jan. 5- 

Dec. 27, 1928; Jan. 2, 1930-Mar. 8, 1934. 



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Columbia County 



CAMBRIA 

234. CAMBRIA JOURNAL (w) Mar. 1882-Apr. 1883. 
Editors: W. M. Shirk. 

Followed by Cambria News. 

235. CAMBRIA NEWS (w) Apr. 1883-May 26, 1949. 
Editors: P. F. McMahon and G. H. Beyer, 1883-1884; George J. King, 1884-Sept. 
1887; Peter and O. C. Williams, Sept. 1887-Sept. 1889; O. C. Williams, Sept. 1889- 
Sept. 1893; John F. Streeter, Sept. 1893-July 1912; O. G. Stiles, July 1912-Mar. 
1913; Ernest F. Krueger, Mar. 1913-June 1926; B. W. Hughes, June 1926-Oct. 1932; 
Mrs. B. W. Hughes, Oct. 1932-Aug. 1945; Peter Vander Meulen, Aug. 1945-Nov. 
1947; S. J. Cupery, Dec. 1947-June 1948; Harry P. Thompson, June 1948-1949. 
Merged with Pardeeville-Wyocena Times. 

WHi Oct. 27, 1893-Dec. 28, 1922; Jan. 4, 1924-May 26, 1949. 



COLUMBUS 

236. COLUMBIA REPORTER (w) May- [?], 1853. 
Editors: Carr Huntington. 

COLUMBUS DEMOCRAT, see Columbus Journal-Re- 
publican. 

237. COLUMBUS ECHO (w) 1905-1909 [?]. 
Editors: H. Kramer. 

In German. 

238. COLUMBUS WEEKLY JOURNAL (w) June 6, 1881- 
Nov. 6, 1864. 

Editors: Daniel H. Pulcifer and J. F. Hazelton, 1861-Apr. 1862; Hazelton, Apr.- 
Oct. 1862; Daniel Mallo, Oct. 1862-1864. 

WHi June 6, 1861-Dec. 30, 1863. 

239. COLUMBUS JOURNAL-REPUBLICAN (w) Sept. 10, 
1868 to date. 

Title varies: Columbus Democrat, 1868-1937; Columbus Journal, 1938-Oct. 1939. 
Editors: Henry D. Bath, 1868-Nov. 1880; George Schlosser and Newton H. Inger- 
soll, Nov. 1880-Aug. 1881; H. D. James, Aug. 1881-Sept. 1887; C. C. Eaton, Sept. 
1887-Nov. 1890; Eaton and A. C. Parkinson, Nov. 1890-May 1892; Eaton, June 
1892-Oct. 1899; Henry and Fred Berner, Oct. 1899-Sept. 1901; Frank J. Weiler and 
W. C. Thompson, Sept. 1901-Apr. 1904; L. T. Davis, Apr. 1904-May 1907; George 
E. Bunsa, May 1907-Jan. 1913; Frank D. Goodwin, Jan. 1913-June 1936; Lowell 
S. Larson, June 1936 to date. 

WHi Mar. 3, 1871-Nov. 6, 1880; Aug. 20, 1881-Dec. 30, 1903; Jan. 6, 

1939 to date. 

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240. COLUMBUS REPUBLICAN (w) Oct. 7, 1868-Oct. 6, 
1939. 

Editors: John R. Decker, 1868-Apr. 1908; Robert C. Leitsch, Apr. 1908-May 1920; 
Leitsch and John B. Roberts, June 1920-July 1938; Roberts, July 1938-1939. 
Merged with Columbus Journal. 
WHi complete. 

241. REPUBLICAN JOURNAL (w) Feb. 27, 1855-May 30, 
1861. 

Editors: Daniel Mallo and Delancey L. Thayer, 1855-Feb. 1857; Mallo, Feb. 1857- 
1861. 

Followed by Columbus Weekly Journal. 
WHi complete. 

242. COLUMBUS TRANSCRIPT (w) Jan. 1865-Aug. 1868. 
Editors: Valentine Baltuff. 

Followed by Columbus Democrat. 

243. COLUMBUS UNION BANNER (w) June 19, 1862- 
1863[?]. 

Editors: Daniel H. Pulcifer. 

WHi June 26-Aug. 7, 1862. 



FALL RIVER 

244. NEW ERA (w) Dec. 29, 1905-Mar. 1, 1912. 

Editors: Lemuel H. Doyle, 1905-Nov. 1910; Edward J. Doyle, Nov. 1910-1912. 

Merged with Columbus Republican. 

WHi Jan. 5, 1906-Mar. 1, 1912. 



FORT WINNEBAGO 

(see Portage) 



KILBOURN 

(see Wisconsin Dells) 



LODI 

245. LODI ENTERPRISE (w) Feb. 16, 1894 to date. 
Editors: E. B. Yule and G. I. Richmond, 1894-1897; Yule, 1897-Sept. 1902; Cas- 
sius L. Coward, Sept. 1902-Nov. 1943; Arnie F. Betts, Nov. 1943-Apr. 1953; Alfred 
Johnson and Elvert Heft, May 1953 to date. 

WHi Feb. 16, 1894-Mar. 13, 1896; Nov. 25, 1898 to date. 

246. LODI WEEKLY HERALD (w) Feb. 25, 1863-Nov. 9, 
1864. 

Editors: Valentine Baltuff. 



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247. LODI WEEKLY JOURNAL (w) Oct. 20, 1870-Apr. 16, 
1873. 

Editors: Charles H. Fullerton. 

Merged with Jefferson County Union (Fort Atkinson) . 
WHi complete. 

248. LODI VALLEY NEWS (w) Apr. 22, 1874-Apr. 7, 1904. 

Editors: Peter Richards. 

WHi complete. 



NEWPORT 

(see Wisconsin Dells) 



PARDEEVILLE 

249. BREEZE (w) Feb. 1884-1885 f?] . 

Editors: John E. Shirk. 

250. CRANK (w) Mar. 30, 1898-Oct. 9, 1901. 

Editors: Robert M. Williams. 
WHi complete. 

251. MID-COUNTY TIMES (w) Dec. 1888 to date. 

Title varies: Independent Times, 1888-Apr. 1889; Pardeeville Times, Apr. 1889- 
June 1921; Pardeeville-Wyocena Times, June 1921-1949. 

Editors: Charles H. Williams, 1888-Nov. 1889; Fred A. Brown, Nov. 1889-Dec. 
1890; Lester Woodard, Dec. 1890-June 1898; S. L. Lang, July 1898-Mar. 1899; James 
T. MacDonald, Apr. 1899-1901; J. V. Davis and Harry P. Thompson, 1901-July 
1905; Thompson, July 1905-Oct. 1928; Edward Taylor, Oct. 1928-May 1932; Eu- 
gene Thompson, June-Sept. 1932; Clifton B. Webb, Sept. 1932-Apr. 1934; J. Lewis 
White, May 1934-1936; R. T. Barr, 1937-Feb. 1939; Harry P. Thompson, Feb. 
1939-Sept. 1946; Richard H. Thompson, Oct. 1946 to date. 

WHi Oct. 19, 1889-June 7, 1890; Nov. 25, 1892-Dec. 29, 1900; Jan. 8, 

1904 to date. 



PORTAGE 

PORTAGE ADVERTISER, see Monroe County Repub- 
lican (Sparta). 

252. BADGER STATE (w) Oct. 1, 1853-Dec. 10, 1859. 
Editors: John A. Brown, 1853-Apr. 1855; Brown and Chauncey C. Britt, Apr. 
1855-Feb. 1857; Britt and Joseph M. Doty, Feb. 1857-Jan. 1858; Doty and William 
K. McHugh, Jan. 1858-1859. 

WHi Mar. 11, 1854-July 2, 1858. 
WP complete. 

253. COLUMBIA COUNTY WECKER (w) Sept. 9, 1874- 
1906. 

Editors: Gustavus A. Selbach, 1874-1886; Mrs. G. A. Selbach, 1886-1906. 

In German. 

Merged with Wisconsin Rundschau. 

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254. PORTAGE WEEKLY DEMOCRAT (w) Mar. 23, 1877- 
Apr. 4, 1919. 

WHi Apr. 13, 1877-Apr. 4, 1919. 

255. PORTAGE DAILY DEMOCRAT (d) May 14, 1886- 
Apr. 4, 1919. 

Editors: Henry D. and W. E. Bath, 1877-May 1878; Irving Bath, May 1878-Nov. 
1881; James E. Jones, Nov. 1881-1919. 
Merged with Portage Daily Register. 

256. PORTAGE HERALD (w) Sept. 1885-Sept. 6, 1888. 
Editors: Jay R. Hinckley. 

Merged with Portage Advertiser. 

HERALD-ADVERTISER, see Monroe County Republi- 
can (Sparta). 

257. INDEPENDENT (w) Feb. 3, 1855-Apr. 14, 1857. 
Editors: John A. and Julius C. Chandler, 1855-Jan. 1856; Julius C. Chandler, 
Jan. 1856-1857. 

Followed by Portage City Record. 
WHi complete. 
WP complete. 

NORTHERN REPUBLIC, see Republic. 

258. PORTAGE CITY RECORD (w) Apr. 29, 1857-Apr. 17, 
1861. 

Editors: Robert B. Wentworth and Andrew J. Turner. 
Merged with Wisconsin State Register. 

WHi Aug. 31, 1859-Apr. 17, 1861. 

WP complete. 

259. PORTAGE DAILY REGISTER (d) Mar. 1, 1886 to date. 
Title varies: Portage Register-Democrat, Apr. 1919-1940. 

Editors: B. F. Goodell and S. S. Rockwood, 1886-July 1892; James H. Waggoner, 
July 1892-July 1894; Maurice Goodman, July 1894-Jan. 1908; Arthur A. Porter, 
Feb. 1908-Oct. 1917; F. E. Pinkerton, Oct. 1917-Apr. 1919; John G. Cary, Apr. 
1919-May 1920; Porter, May 1920-Sept. 1942; W. T. Comstock, Oct. 1942 to date. 

WHi Mar. 1, 1886-July 11, 1892; Sept. 18, 1894-June 30, 1940; Jan. 1, 

1941 to date. 

WP complete. 

260. REPUBLIC (w) Dec. 20, 1851-Dec. 1854. 

Title varies: Northern Republic, 1851- [?]. 
Editors: W. W. Noyes. 

261. RIVER TIMES (w) July 4, 1850-Sept. 17, 1853. 
Editors: John and James Delany, 1850-May 1853; John and Joseph Delany, May- 
Aug. 1853; Joseph Delany and John A. Brown, Aug.-Sept. 1853. 

WHi complete. 
WP complete. 

262. WESTERN ADVANCE (w) 1872-Mar. 26, 1879. 
Editors: Elias W. Stevens. 

Merged with Independent (Madison) . 

WHi Jan. 7, 1874-Mar. 26, 1879. 

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263. WISCONSIN RUNDSCHAU (w) 1885-Mar. 1920. 

Title varies: Rundschau und Wecker, 1906- [?]. 

Editors: Frank Heidt, 1885-1911; Eric Kurths, 1911-Apr. 1912; Julius Schnell, 
Apr. 1912-1920. 
In German. 

264. WISCONSIN STATE REGISTER (w) Mar. 16, 1861- 
Feb. 8, 1946. 

Editors: Samuel S. Brannan and Andrew J. Turner, 1861-Feb. 1878; John T. Clark 

and B. F. Goodell, Feb. 1878-Feb. 1885; Goodell and S. S. Rockwood, Feb. 1885- 

1886. 

Published by Portage Daily Register, 1886-1946. 

WHi July 4, 1863-May 16, 1919; Apr. 16, 1920-Feb. 8, 1946. 



POYNETTE 

265. POYNETTE PRESS (w) Apr. 1884 to date. 

Editors: John E. and W. M. Shirk, 1884-Sept. 1885; I. C. Sargent, Sept. 1885-Dec. 
1889; George L. Schwartz, Dec. 1889-Jan. 1911; C. M. Butler, Jan. 1911-July 1945; 
Butler C. Delany, Aug. 1945-June 1952; E. I. Wilson, June 1952-June 1953; Dessa 
M. Wilson, June 1953-Mar. 1956; Loren M. Koch, Mar. 1956 to date. 
WHi Nov. 5, 1885 to date. 

266. POYNETTE REPORTER (w) June 4, 1875-May 26, 
1876. 

Editors: Fred A. Brown. 



RANDOLPH 

267. RANDOLPH ADVANCE (w) Nov. 11, 1893 to date. 
Editors: T. A. Cummings, 1893-June 1914; Gilford D. Browne and Clarence A. 
Forbes, June 1914-Oct. 1915; Browne and Cummings, Oct. 1915-Sept. 1918; Browne 
and Louis E. Williams, Sept. 1918-Feb. 1919; Williams, Mar. 1919-Oct. 1948; 
Stephen L. McNamara, Nov. 1948 to date. 

WHi Jan. 6, 1944 to date. 

268. ENTERPRISE (w) Oct. 1882-1884. 
Editors: W. M. Shirk. 

269. LIVELY TIMES (w) Jan. 3, 1873-Dec. 15, 1877. 
Title varies: Randolph Enterprise, 1873-1876. 

Editors: J. S. Lightner and G. A. Hacston, 1873-Nov. 1874; Lightner, Nov. 1874- 
Jan. 1876; Elias W. Stevens, Jan.-Dec. 1876; Fred A. Brown and Arthur G. Foster, 
Jan.-Dec. 1877. 

WHi complete. 

270. RANDOLPH RADICAL (w) June 1882-1887 [?]. 

Editors: John Hotchkiss. 

271. RANDOLPH REVEILLE (w) 1893-1898 [?]. 
Editors: D. W. Kutchin, 1893-1897; T. A. Cummings, 1897-1898. 

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RIO 

272. BADGER BLADE (w) Mar. 13, 1902-Oct. 23, 1925. 
Editors: Lemuel H. Doyle, 1902-Nov. 1906; Frank D. Goodwin, Dec. 1906-Dec. 
1912; Wilkie Collins, Dec. 1912-May 1920; S. J. Lang, June 1920-Nov. 1921; Arthur 
A. Porter, Nov. 1921-1925. 

WHi complete. 

273. COLUMBIA COUNTY REPORTER (w) Sept. 10, 1886- 
Dec. 28, 190G. 

Editors: Lemuel H. Doyle, 1886-Apr. 1895; A. M. Jordon, May-Oct. 1895; J. W. 
Bathgate, Oct. 1895-1906. 
WHi complete. 

274. RIO JOURNAL (w) Apr. 9, 1925 to date. 

Editors: E. A. Hull, 1925-Aug. 1926; Alvin F. Johnson, Aug. 1926-Mar. 1932; 
Victor L. Stroebel, Aug. 1940 to date. 

WHi July 31, 1930 to date. 



WISCONSIN DELLS 

275. DELLS REPORTER (w) 1879-1880 [?]. 
Editors: A. C. Tuttle. 

276. DELLS REPORTER (w) 1901-1908 [?]. 
Editors: R. L. Booher. 

277. WISCONSIN DELLS EVENTS (m, w) Nov. 1903 to date. 
Title varies: Illustrated Events, 1903-May 1905; Kilbourn Weekly Events, June 
1905-Apr. 1931. 

Editors: James E. Jones, 1903-Nov. 1906; Bert E. Tollaken, Nov. 1906-May 1928; 
William A. Drumb, May 1928-Mar. 1943; Isabelle Drumb, Mar. 1943-Mar. 1956; 
Allen P. and James E. Walch, Mar. 1956 to date. 

WHi complete. 

WWd complete. 

278. KILBOURN CITY GUARD (w) Nov. 15, 1876-Apr. 30, 
1879. 

Editors: Wesley Moran. 

WHi complete. 

279. KILBOURN GAZETTE (w) Jan. 1882-Apr. 1885. 
Editors: W. W. Woodruff, 1882-1884; Charles B. Adams, 1884-1885. 

KILBOURN WEEKLY EVENTS, see Wisconsin Dells 
Events. 

280. MIRROR-GAZETTE (w) Oct. 1884-Mar. 2, 1911. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Mirror, 1884-Apr. 1885. 

Editors: Frank O. Wisner, 1884-Apr. 1885; Wisner and James E. Jones, Apr. 1885- 
July 1887; Jones, July 1887-Sept. 1902; E. J. Wheeler, Sept. 1902-Nov. 1909; Russell 
J. Jouno, Nov. 1909-Mar. 1910; Theodore Freer, Mar. 1910-1911. 

WHi Apr. 7, 1887-Mar. 2, 1911. 

WWd Jan. 1898-Dec. 1902. 

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281. WISCONSIN MIRROR (w) Jan. 1, 1856-June 20, 1859; 
May 14-Nov. 12, 1860. 

Editors: Alanson Holly. 

WHi Jan. 1, 1856-Feb. 14, 1859; May 14-Nov. 12, 1860. 

282. WISCONSIN MIRROR (w) June 17, 1868-Sept. 29, 
1876. 

Editors: Alanson and H. O. Holly, 1868-Sept. 1869; Thomas O. Thompson, Sept. 
1869-Nov. 1870; D. L. and E. B. Davis, Nov. 1870-1871; Frank O. Wisner, 1872- 
June 1876; William N. Cole, June-Sept. 1876. 
Followed by Kilbourn City Guard. 
WHi complete. 

WISCONSIN MIRROR (1884-1885), see Mirror-Gazette. 



WYOCENA 

283. WYOCENA ADVANCE (w) July 1, 1910-June 28, 1918; 

Mar. 7, 1919-July 30, 1920. 

Editors: Lemuel H. Doyle, July-Dec. 1910; L. Hobart Doyle, Dec. 1910-Mar. 1911; 
J. M. Bushnell, Apr -May 1911; B. L. Bierce, May 1911-May 1912; Bushnell, May 
1912-June 1918; Ross C. Woodhead, Mar. 1919-1920. 
WHi complete. 



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Crawford County 



GAYS MILLS 

284. CRAWFORD COUNTY INDEPENDENT (w) 1903 to 

date. 
Editors: F. O'Neil, 1903-1915; W. F. Jameson, 1915-1920; Charles E. Bellows, 1920- 
1932; Bellows and Henry W. Stuckey, 1932-Apr. 1937; Leonard E. Wetmore, Apr. 
1937-Sept. 1945; James P. Kegel, Sept. 1945-Apr. 1947; Glenn L. Hagar, Apr. 1947 
to date. 

WHi Oct. 21, 1943 to date. 



PRAIRIE DU CHIEN 

285. COURIER-PRESS (w) May 19, 1852 to date. 

Title varies: Crawford County Courier, 1852-1853; Prairie du Chien Courier, 
1853-1868; Courier, 1868-1955. 

Editors: Buell E. Hutchinson and Judson Hurd, 1852-May 1854; D. H. Johnson, 
May 1854-Apr. 1856; V. A. Merrell, Apr. 1856-Dec. 1858; William D. Merrell, Dec. 
1858-Mar. 1911; W. H. Thompson and Henry E. Howe, Mar. 1911-Sept. 1912; 
Howe, Sept. 1912-July 1939; Henry E. and Lyman J. Howe, Aug. 1939-Oct. 1944; 
Lyman J. Howe, Nov. 1944-1950; E. B. Howe, 1951 to date. 

WHi May 19, 1852-May 24, 1853; May 22, 1856-Dec. 20, 1866; Jan. 25, 

1870 to date. 

286. CRAWFORD COUNTY PRESS (w) Jan. 1870-May 23, 
1873. 

Title varies: Crawford County Democrat, 1870-Aug. 1871. 
Editors: Horace J. Hoffman. 

WHi Sept. 8, 1871-May 23, 1873. 

287. CRAWFORD COUNTY PRESS (w) Jan. 13, 1904-Sept. 
2, 1954. 

Editors: Wallace E. Martner and Frank A. Campbell, Jan.-Apr. 1904; Manner 
and Herbert A. Beach, May 1904-Nov. 1911; Martner, Nov. 1911-Feb. 1920; John 
H. Frazier, Feb. 1920-June 1935; J. Alvin Druyor, July 1935-1954. 
Merged with Courier. 

WHi complete. 

288. CRAWFORD COUNTY STANDARD-BEARER (w) 

Apr -June 1864. 
Editors: L. R. Train and Nelson B. Moody. 
Merged with Prairie du Chien Union. 

289. INTER-COUNTY GAZETTE (w) Tune 5, 1878-Apr. 2, 
1880. 

Suspended: Feb.-Mar. 1880. 
Title varies: Grant County Gazette (Lancaster) . 

Editors: A. Reifsteck and Lewis C. Martin, Tune-July 1878; Martin, Aug. 1878- 
1880. B 

WHi complete. 

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290. PRAIRIE DU CHIEN LEADER (w) July 18, 1857-Apr. 
1861. 

Editors: William Hill and James H. Greene, 1857-Mar. 1859; Greene, Mar. 1859- 
1861. 

WHi July 18, 1857-June 28, 1860. 

NATIONAL BROAD-AXE, see Boscobel Broad- Axe. 

291. NORTHWESTERN DEMOCRAT (w) Sept. 1868-Dec. 
1869. 

Published at Black River Falls: 1868- [?]. 
Editors: Horace J. Hoffman. 
Followed by Crawford County Press. 

292. PRAIRIE DU CHIEN PATRIOT (w) Sept. 15, 1846- 
Aug. 13, 1851. 

Editors: Henry A. and O. J. Wright, 1846-Nov. 1847; Henry A. Wright, Nov. 
1847-1851. 

WHi complete. 

293. PEARL CITY RECORD (w) 1902-1904[?]. 
Editors: G. A. Fairfield. 

294. PRAIRIE DU CHIEN UNION (w) Mar. 18, 1864-Jan. 
1, 1914. 

Editors: L. M. Andrews and James H. Greene, 1864-1868; Waldo Brown and 
Joseph Smethurst, 1868-1870; Smethurst and Nicholas Smith, 1870-1871; Smith 
1872-Oct. 1874; Fred J. and Frank M. Bowman, Oct. 1874-Mar. 1876; Byron J. 
Castle, Apr. 1876-Mar. 1877; John W. Berryman, Mar. 1877-1878; Berryman and 
Thurlow W. Lacy, 1879-1883; Ira D. Hurlbut and Alex M. Beach, 1884-Feb. 1885; 
Beach, Feb. 1885-Aug. 1886; Beach and O. G. Briggs, Aug. 1886-Aug. 1887; Beach, 
Aug. 1887-1888; George L. Miller, 1889-Dec. 1890; Ira D. Hurlbut, Dec. 1890- 
Nov. 1903; Ernest L. and A. P. Messer, Nov. 1903-Feb. 1908; H. L. Johnson, Feb.- 
Sept. 1908; Hurlbut, Sept. 1908-1914. 

WHi Jan. 27, 1871-Jan. 1, 1914. 



SOLDIERS GROVE 

295. CRAWFORD COUNTY ADVANCE (w) Jan. 1894-Dec. 
25, 1902. 

Editors: Cole Bros., 1894-Jan. 1897; P. A. Glick and D. Bachenkirdher, Jan.-Sept. 
1897; G. E. Anderson, Sept. 1897-Aug. 1899; George L. and Charles Miller, Aug. 
1899-Mar. 1902; C. A. Cryderman, Apr.-Dec. 1902. 
Followed by Kickapoo Valley Journal. 

WHi July 4, 1894-Dec. 25, 1902. 

296. CRAWFORD COUNTY JOURNAL (w) Jan. 1, 1882- 
Dec. 31, 1888. 

Editors: William Borgen, Jan.-May 1882; Ira D. Hurlbut and J. E. Patten, May 
1882-May 1883; Patten, May 1883-Apr. 1884; Charles N. Chapman, Apr.-July 
1884; James Dinsdale, July 1884-1888. 
Followed by Kickapoo Transcript. 

WHi Apr. 4, 1883-Dec. 31, 1888. 

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297. KICKAPOO SCOUT (w) Oct. 17, 1907 to date. 

Editors: L. B. Nagler and A. C. Rasmussen, 1907-July 1913; Leonard G. Jeglum, 
July 1913-Feb. 1916; A. C. Rasmussen, Feb. 1916-Sept. 1936; Roy H. Snyder, Oct. 
1936-July 1937; H. R. Portmann, July 1937 to date. 
WHi complete. 

298. KICKAPOO TRANSCRIPT (w) July 19, 1889-Jan. 1894. 
Editors: Frank A. Carr, 1889-1892; George D. McDowell, 1893-1894. 

Followed by Crawford County Advance. 

WHi Aug. 23, 1889-Oct. 19, 1892; Jan. 6-Sept. 1, 1893. 

299. KICKAPOO VALLEY JOURNAL (w) July 24, 1903- 
Oct. 10, 1907. 

Editors: John W. Blake, July-Aug. 1903; Warren Babcock, Aug. 1903-Dec. 1904; 
Blake, Dec. 1904-1907. 
Followed by Kickapoo Scout. 
WHi complete. 



WAUZEKA 

300. WAUZEKA CHIEF (w) Dec. 1, 1894 to date. 

Title varies: Kickapoo Chief, 1894-1915. 

Editors: Henry E. Howe, 1894-1897; Riley Thomson, 1897-1898; James O'Neill, 
1898-1914; G. H. Pearce, 1914-1918; Howe, 1918-1921; F. J. Broadbent, 1921-1923; 
G. W. Van Alten, 1923-1924; Harry C. Craig, 1924-1951; D. J. Craig, 1951 to date. 
WHi Jan. 1, 1925 to date. 



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Dane County 



BELLEVILLE 

301. BELLEVILLE NEWS (w) Jan. 24-Oct. 18, 1895. 

Editors: C. R. Marks. 
Followed by Albany Journal. 
WHi complete. 

302. BELLEVILLE RECORDER (w) Mar. 1886-July 4, 1924; 
June 10, 1926 to date. 

Title varies: Sugar River Recorder, 1886-Oct. 1902. 
Issued as a section of New Glarus Post, July 1924-June 1926. 

Editors: J. M. Williams, 1886-Mar. 1898; J. M. and Humphrey L. Williams, Mar. 
1898-Jan. 1904; Humphrey L. Williams, Jan. 1904-Mar. 1905; Sydney A. Wheel- 
wright, Mar. 1905-May 1907; Earl R. Adamson, May 1907-July 1924; Etta Babler, 
June 1926-Sept. 1931; James J. Sullivan, Oct. 1931-July 1939; Herbert L. Adams, 
July 193&-Feb. 1945; Mrs. H. L. Adams, Mar. 1945-Apr. 1947; John P. Adams, Apr. 
1947 to date. 

WHi Dec. 20, 1889-July 4, 1924; June 10, 1926 to date. 



BLACK EARTH 
ADVERTISER, see News- Advertiser (Madison). 

303. DANE COUNTY NEWS (w) 1901 to date. 

Title varies: Black Earth Times, 1901-1913; Black Earth News, 1914-Aug. 1915. 
Editors: Edmund J. Browne, 1901-1911; Felix A. Kremer, 1911-1912; W. J. Miller, 
1912-1914; C. S. Kennedy, 1914-Apr. 1916; F. S. and R. H. Zintz, Apr. 1916-May 
1918; Arthur W. Pickering, May 1918 to date. 
WHi June 4, 1915 to date. 

304. HOME NEWS (w) 1888-1895 [?]. 

Editors: Bestor Bros., 1888-1894; George Roemhild, 1894-1895. 

MONTHLY BUDGET, see News-Advertiser (Madison). 

305. BLACK EARTH MONITOR (w) 1889-1893 [?]. 
Published by Mount Horeb Sun. 

BLACK EARTH NEWS, see Dane County News. 

306. BLACK EARTH PHONOGRAPH (w) 1891-1893 [?]. 
Editors: Samuel K. Adams. 

BLACK EARTH TIMES, see Dane County News. 
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BLUE MOUNDS 

307. MOUNDS REPORTER (w) 1885-1886 [?]. 
Editors: Leopold Sommers. 

BLUE MOUNDS WEEKLY NEWS, see Mount Horeb 
Weekly News. 

308. BLUE MOUNDS PRESS (w) 1887-1894 [?]. 
Published by Mount Horeb Sun. 



CAMBRIDGE 

309. CAMBRIDGE GAZETTE (w) July 20, 1867-1869 [?]. 
Editors: Henry S. Ehrman and A. H. Porter. 

310. CAMBRIDGE NEWS (w) Feb. 1, 1886 to date. 
Published at London: 1886-1888. 

Editors: Elmer L. Howe, 1886-1888; C. M. Page, 1888-1892; A. E. Olson, 1892- 
Aug. 1893; Otto Lund, Aug. 1893-Nov. 1894; Jessie G. Patterson and W. H. Banks, 
Nov. 1894-1906; Edward F. Kramer, 1907-1909; H. C. Stair, 1910-1926; Stair and 
Gordon W. Crump, 1927-1937; Crump, 1938 to date. 
WHi Jan. 2, 1942 to date. 



CROSS PLAINS 

311. CROSS ARROW (w) 1890-1891 [?]. 

Editors: Robert B. Frederick. 



DALEYVILLE 

312. DALEYVILLE STAR (w) 1887-1892 [?] . 

Published by Mount Horeb Sun. 



DEERFIELD 

313. ENTERPRISE-LEADER (w) Apr. 30, 1892-1905. 
Title varies: Deerfield Enterprise, 1892-1898. 

Editors: Walter Mayer, 1892-July 1893; E. S. Holman, Aug. 1893-Nov. 1894; Nels 
Holman, Nov. 1894-Feb. 1896; I. A. and W. T. Hoxie, Feb.-Dec. 1896; W. T. 
Hoxie, 1897-Dec. 1898; Charles H. Milnes, Dec. 1898-Feb. 1900; W. W. Powell, 
Feb. 1900-1905. 

WHi May 21, 1892-Feb. 23, 1900. 

314. DEERFIELD INDEPENDENT (w) Apr. 1926 to date. 
Editors: Harry D. Easton, 1926-1929; E. T. Schultz, 1929-Dec. 1945; James E. 
Gabriel, Dec. 1945-Sept. 1946; Russell Gunderson and Hal Trestemjak, Oct. 1946- 
Oct. 1947; Harland E. Everson, Nov. 1947-1951; Daniel L. Royle, 1952 to date. 

WHi Jan. 14, 1944 to date. 

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315. LEADER (w) June-Dec. 22, 1898. 
Editors: Charles H. Milnes. 

Merged with Deerfield Enterprise. 

316. DEERFIELD NEWS (w) 1899-1926. 

Editors: Nels Holman, 1899-1918; Ivan C. Lake, 1918-1920; L. E. Joppa, 1920- 
1924; George Stoffregen, 1924-1926. 

317. DEERFIELD TOBACCO HERALD (w) Sept. 18, 1885- 
Apr. 6, 1888. 

Editors: C. L. Hubbs. 
Merged with Lake Mills Leader. 
WHi complete. 

318. TOBACCO JOURNAL (w) July 1891-Apr. 1892. 
Editors: J. S. Callahan. 

Followed by Deerfield Enterprise. 



DE FOREST 

319. DE FOREST TIMES-TRIBUNE (w) Aug. 23, 1895 to 

date. 

Title varies: De Forest Times, 1895-Oct. 1948. 

Editors: Anthon N. Meland, 1895-Feb. 1903; E. C. Meland, Feb. 1903-Mar. 1913; 
Theodore Meland, Mar. 1913-Mar. 1918; William Keegan, Apr. 1918-Apr. 1920; 
Alvin F. Johnson, May 1920-Oct. 1921; Leonard O. Inland, Oct. 1921-July 1923; 
Johnson, July 1923-1932; Earl N. Emerson, 1932 to date. 
WHi Jan. 1, 1897 to date. 



LONDON 
LONDON-CAMBRIDGE NEWS, see Cambridge News. 

320. TIMES AND TOBACCO JOURNAL (w) 1885-1886. 
Editors: Elmer L. Howe. 

Followed by Cambridge News. 

MADISON 

321. AMERIKA (w) Jan. 1884-July 28, 1922. 
Published at Chicago: 1884-Apr. 1896. 

Title varies: Amerika og Norden, Oct. 1897-1898. 

Editors: Peer O. Stromme, 1884-Oct. 1898; Rasmus B. Anderson, Oct. 1898-1922. 

In Norwegian. 

WHi Apr. 30, 1890-July 28, 1922. 

IaDeL complete. 

MnHi Jan. 1885-July 28, 1922. 

322. ANDERSONS MADISON SERVICE (w, m) Jan. 1922- 
Feb. 1927. 

Title varies: Bulletin of Official Information, 1922-Apr. 1924. 

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Editors: William J. Anderson. 
Continued as section of Wisconsin State Journal. 
WHi complete. 

323. TRI-WEEKLY ARGUS (tw) Oct. 19, 1847-Mar. 11, 1848. 
Published by Weekly Wisconsin Argus. 

WHi complete. 

324. DAILY ARGUS (d) Jan. 8-Apr. 20, 1852. 

Editors: Stephen D. Carpenter and Horace A. Tenney. 
WHi complete. 

325. ARGUS AND DEMOCRAT (w) June 15, 1852-June 28, 
1859. 

Published by Wisconsin Daily Argus. 

WHi June 15, 1852-Jan. 4, 1853; Jan. 2, 1855-June 28, 1859. 

DAILY ARGUS AND DEMOCRAT, see Wisconsin Daily 
Argus. 

MADISON BOTSCHAFTER, see Wisconsin Botschafter 
(Monroe). 

CAMPAIGN EXPRESS, see Wisconsin Express. 

326. CAPITAL AREA RURALIST (w) Sept. 1935-Aug. 10, 
1950. 

Editors: Marshall F. Browne. 

WHi Jan. 28, 1943-Aug. 10, 1950. 

327. CAPITAL TIMES (d) Dec. 13, 1917 to date. 

Editors: William T. Evjue. 
WHi complete. 

328. DANE COUNTY ADVOCATE (w) Oct. 2, 1902-1903. 
Editors: L. C. and C. H. Sharpe. 

WHi Oct. 2-Dec. 19, 1902. 

DANE COUNTY POPULIST, see Wisconsin Populist. 

329. DAILY DEMOCRAT (d) Jan. 10-Mar. 17, 1851; Jan. 14- 
June 11, 1852. 

Editors: Beriah Brown. 
Merged with Daily Argus. 
WHi complete. 

330. MADISON DEMOCRAT (w) May 21, 1868-1900. 

331. MADISON DEMOCRAT (d) May 21, 1868-Feb. 27, 1921. 
Editors: A. E. Gordon, 1868-Apr. 1871; J. B. Parkinson and George Raymer, Apr. 
1871-Apr. 1876; Raymer and L. M. Fay, Apr. 1876-June 1877; H. W. Hoyt, June 
1877-May 1883; Edwin E. Bryant, May 1883-July 1890; O. D. Brandenburg, July 

Merged with Wisconsin State Journal. 
WHi complete. 

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332. MADISON DEMOKRAT (w) Feb. 2, 1858-Nov. 2, 1860. 
Editors: F. A. Pfaff and Simon Sekles, 1858-Jan. 1859; Sekles, Jan. 1859-Oct. 1860; 
Charles J. Palme, Oct.-Nov. 1860. 

In German. 

Merged with Wisconsin Staats-Zeitung. 
WHi complete. 

333. EAST SIDE NEWS (w) Oct. 12, 1912-1913 [?]. 

Editors: A. W. Larson. 

334. EAST SIDE NEWS (w) Dec. 4, 1924 to date. 

Editors: Marshall F. Browne. 

WHi July 15, 1926 to date. 

335. EMIGRANTEN (w) Jan. 23, 1852-Aug. 24, 1868. 

Suspended: July-Sept. 1854. 

Published at Inmansville: 1852-Apr. 1857. 

Editors: James D. Reymert and K. J. Fleischer, 1852-June 1854; T. J. Widvey and 

C. S. Clausen, Oct. 1854-1856; Fleischer and G. F. Dietrichson, 1856-Apr. 1857; 

C. F. Solberg, Apr. 1857-1868. 

In Norwegian. 

Merged with Faedrelandet (La Crosse) . 

WHi complete. 

WLc complete. 

MnSL complete. 

IaDeL complete. 

MADISON EXPRESS, see Wisconsin Express. 

336. TRI-WEEKLY EXPRESS (tw) Dec. 16, 1847-Feb. 3, 1848. 
Published by Wisconsin Express. 

WHi complete. 

337. FOLKETS VEN (w) July 1850-1851 [?]. 
Title varies: Norskes Ven, 1850- [?]. 

Editors: Ole Torgensen. 
In Norwegian. 

338. FORWARD (w) May 16, 1917-Dec. 1918. 

WHi complete. 

339. INDEPENDENT (w) Feb. 29, 1878-Dec. 11, 1879. 

Published at Evansville: Feb.-July 1878. 

Editors: J. A. Sawin, 1878-Feb. 1879; Sawin and Elias W. Stevens, Feb.-Oct. 1879; 

Stevens, Oct.-Dec. 1879. 

WHi May 2, 1878-Dec. 11, 1879. 

340. LA FOLLETTE'S MAGAZINE (w, m) Tan. 9, 1909-Sept. 
1929. 

Editors: Robert M. La Follette, 1909- June 1925; Robert M. La Follette, Jr.. Time 

1925-1929. 

Followed by Progressive. 

WHi complete. 

341. LIBERAL DEMOKRAT (w) 1874-1875 [?] . 

Editors: M. Wesenberg. 
In Norwegian. 

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342. WEEKLY MADISONIAN (w) June 23, 1894-Nov. 9, 
1920. 

Editors: Leopold Sommers, 1894-Dec. 1916; Clarence M. Sommers, Dec. 1916-July 
1918; Mathew J. Puetz, Aug. 1918-1920. 
WHi complete. 

MANDT'S WEEKLY, see Scandinavian American 
(Stoughton). 

343. SATURDAY EVENING NEWS (w) 1887-Sept. 16, 1888. 

Published by Madison Evening News. 
Merged with Advertiser (Black Earth) . 

344. MADISON EVENING NEWS (d) July 16, 1887-Aug. 19, 
1889. 

Editors: Clarence Burnett, 1887-Sept. 1888; William H. Bennett, Sept. 1888-1889. 
WHi complete. 

345. NEWS-ADVERTISER (w) Mar. 1, 1868-Aug. 23, 1889. 
Published at Black Earth: 1868-Sept. 1888. 

Title varies: Monthly Budget, 1868-1869; Monthly Advertiser, 1869-Mar. 1870; 
Black Earth Advertiser, Mar. 1870-1882; Advertiser, 1883-Sept. 1888. 
Editors: Clarence Burnett. 

WHi Aug. 11, 1870-Aug. 23, 1889. 

346. NORDSTJERNEN (w) June 10-Dec. 1857; Aug. 1858- 
Oct. 10, 1860. 

Editors: H. Borschenius. 
In Norwegian. 

IaDeL complete. 

347. NORDVESTEN (w) Sept. 17, 1875-Dec. 15, 1876. 
Editors: L. G. Grinde. 

In Norwegian. 

WHi complete. 

348. NORSKE AMERIKANER (w) Dec. 1854-May 27, 1857. 

Editors: Elias Stangeland. 

In Norwegian. 

Followed by Nordstjernen. 

IaDeL Feb. 2, 1855-May 27, 1857. 

349. NORSKE IMMIGRANT (w) Jan. 19-May 11, 1871. 
Editors: Edward Larssen. 

In Norwegian. 

WHi Jan. 26-May 11, 1871. 

OLD DANE, see State. 

350. WEEKLY PATRIOT (w) Apr. 22, 1876-Mar. 10, 1877. 

WHi complete. 

351. DAILY MADISON PATRIOT (d) Apr. 19, 1876-Mar. 8, 
1877. 

Editors: Stephen D. Carpenter and Horace A. Tenney. 
Merged with Commercial Times (Milwaukee) . 
WHi complete. 

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352. PROGRESSIVE (w) Dec. 7, 1929-Oct. 6, 1947. 

Editors: Robert M. La Follette, Jr., and William T. Evjue, 1929-June 1940; 
La Follette and Morris H. Rubin, June 1940-1947. 
WHi complete. 

353. MADISON DAILY RECORD (d) Sept. 19-Nov. 1871. 

Published by Soldiers' Record. 

WHi Sept. 19-Oct. 12, 1871. 

SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN, see under Stoughton. 

354. SKANDINAVISK TRIBUNE (w) 1887-1892 [?]. 

Editors: T. T. Rustone. 
In Swedish. 

355. SOLDIERS' RECORD (w) Jan. 1866-Dec. 1875. 
Editors: S. W. Martin. 

WHi June 19, 1869-Dec. 30, 1873. 

356. WEEKLY STAR (w) July 1877-Aug. 3, 1878. 
WHi Dec. 8, 1877-Aug. 3, 1878. 

357. DAILY STAR (d) Mar. 19-Nov. 17, 1877. 

Editors: Eugene B. Bolens. 
WHi complete. 

358. MADISON STAR-TRIBUNE (w) Feb. 4, 1937-June 28, 
1938. 

Editors: Bert W. Neu. 

WHi complete. 

359. STATE (w) Jan. 22, 1897-1920. 
Title varies: Old Dane, 1897-Mar. 1898. 

Editors: G. G. Mandt, 1897-1898; Roger A. Andrews, 1898-July 1899; William H. 
Bennett, Aug.-Dec. 1899; H. C. Winter, 1900-1906; Byron J. Castle, 1906-1914; 
Winter, 1914-1920. 

WHi Jan. 22, 1897-Jan. 5, 1917. 

360. DAILY STATESMAN (d) Jan. 14-Apr. 16, 1852. 
Published by Wisconsin Statesman. 

WHi complete. 

361. SUBURBAN POST (w) Nov. 13, 1931-Mar. 25, 1932. 
Editors: C. N. Atwood. 

WHi complete. 

362. MADISON TIMES (w) June 22, 1892-July 19, 1893. 

WHi complete. 

363. MADISON TIMES (d) June 7, 1892-July 23, 1893. 
Editors: Clarence Clark and W. C. Donovan. 

Followed by Milwaukee Times. 
WHi complete. 

364. TRUE AMERICAN (w) Apr. 28-Oct. 1855. 
Editors: J. A. Somerby. 

WHi Apr. 28-July 14, 1855. 

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365. UNCENSORED NEWS (w) Feb. 10-Nov. 2, 1932. 

Editors: William Dawson, Jr. 
WHi complete. 
WM complete. 

MADISON DAILY UNION., see Wisconsin Daily Union. 

366. VIKINGEN (w) Aug. 11, 1888-June 1, 1889. 
Editors: Ole A. Troan. 

In Norwegian. 

WHi Aug. 18, 1888-June 1, 1889. 

367. WEST SIDE NEWS (w) Feb. 9, 1928-Feb. 21, 1929. 
Editors: Frederic Cranefield. 

WHi complete. 

368. WESTERN FIRESIDE (w) Jan. 31, 1857-Jan. 8, 1858. 
Editors: Stephen H. Carpenter. 

WHi complete. 

369. WESTSIDER (w) Oct. 4, 1940-May 30, 1941. 
Editors: Victor H. Schoen. 

WHi complete. 

370. WINGRA PARK BOOSTER (irreg) Dec. 18, 1926-Feb. 
28, 1927. 

Editors: Robert N. Cool. 

WHi complete. 

371. WEEKLY WISCONSIN ARGUS (w) Aug. 22, 1844-June 

9, 1852. 

Editors: Simeon Mills and Benjamin Holt, 1844-1846; Holt and Horace A. Ten- 
ney, 1847-Apr. 1851; Tenney and Stephen D. Carpenter, Apr. 1851-1852. 
Merged with Wisconsin Democrat. 
WHi complete. 

372. WISCONSIN WEEKLY ARGUS (w) Apr. 10, 1860-June 

10, 1862. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Argus and Democrat, 1860-Oct. 1861. 
WHi complete. 

373. WISCONSIN DAILY ARGUS (d) June 15, 1852-June 
28, 1859; Apr. 2, 1860-Jan. 4, 1862. 

Title varies: Daily Argus and Democrat, 1852-Oct. 1861. 

Editors: Stephen D. Carpenter and Beriah Brown, 1852-Apr. 1853; Brown, Apr. 
1853-July 1854; Brown and Elias A. Calkins, July 1854-Apr. 1855; Calkins and 
James K. Proudfit, Apr. 1855-May 1857; Calkins and George Webb, May 1857- 
June 1859; Calkins and M. Cullaton, Apr. 1860-June 1861; Cullaton and John Y. 
Smith, June 1861-1862. 

WHi complete. 

WISCONSIN WEEKLY BLADE, see Wisconsin Enter- 
prise-Blade (Milwaukee). 

WISCONSIN BOTSCHAFTER, see under Monroe. 
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UBR 



374. WEEKLY WISCONSIN CAPITOL (w) Apr. 28, 1865- 
Apr. 10, 1866. 

WHi complete. 

375. WISCONSIN DAILY CAPITOL (d) Apr. 17, 1865-Apr. 
5, 1866. 

Editors: W. J. Park and Elias A. Calkins. 
Merged with Wisconsin Democrat. 
WHi complete. 

376. WISCONSIN DEMOCRAT (w) Oct. 18, 1842-Mar. 14, 
1844. 

Editors: J. Gillett Knapp and John Delany, 1842-Feb. 1843; John P. Sheldon and 
George Hyer, Feb. 1843-1844. 
WHi complete. 

377. WISCONSIN DEMOCRAT (w) Jan. 10, 1846-June 8, 
1852. 

Editors: Beriah Brown. 

Merged with Weekly Wisconsin Argus. 

WHi Jan. 10, 1846-Jan. 11, 1851. 

378. WISCONSIN WEEKLY DEMOCRAT (w) Oct. 13, 1865- 
Apr. 7, 1866. 

WHi complete. 

379. WISCONSIN DAILY DEMOCRAT (d) Oct. 5, 1865- 
Apr. 5, 1866. 

Editors: Dudley W. Fernandez and George Hyer. 
Merged with Wisconsin Daily Capitol. 
WHi complete. 

WISCONSIN ENQUIRER, see Wiskonsan Enquirer. 

380. WISCONSIN EXPRESS (w) Dec. 2, 1839-June 3, 1852. 
Suspended: May-Oct. 1848. 

Title varies: Madison Express, 1839-Apr. 1842, May 1844-May 1848; Madison City 

Express, Apr. 1842-May 1844; Campaign Express, Oct.-Nov. 1848. 

Editors: William W. Wyman, 1839-May 1848; David Atwood and Royal Buck, 

Oct. 1848-1852. 

Merged with Wisconsin Statesman. 

WHi Dec. 2, 1839-Nov. 17, 1847; Oct. 12, 1848-June 3, 1852. 

381. WISCONSIN DAILY EXPRESS (d) Jan. 12-Apr. 17, 
1852. 

WHi complete. 

WISCONSIN GRANGER, see Wisconsin Statesman. 

382. WISCONSIN LEADER (w, m) Apr. 24, 1920-1926. 

Editors: Chester C. Piatt. 

WHi Apr. 24, 1920-Aug. 1922. 

383. WISCONSIN NEWS DIGEST (bm) Sept. 17, 1944-Mar. 
2, 1946. 

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Editors: J. S. Mabry and Mary B. Hopkins. 
Published for the Armed Forces. 
WHi complete. 

384. WISCONSIN NORDMANDEN (w) 1884-1897. 

Published at Stoughton: 1884-Oct. 1895. 

Title varies: Gauken, 1884-1889; Normannen, 1890-Oct. 1894; Wisconsin Norman- 

nen, Oct. 1894-Oct. 1895. 

Editors: O. O. Melaas and John Oftelie, 1884-1890; Hans J. Allberg and David M. 

Schoyen, 1890-Aug. 1893; Allberg, Aug. 1893-Sept. 1894; Allberg and O. A. Buslett, 

Oct. 1894-June 1895; Buslett and John Olafsson, July 1895-1897. 

In Norwegian. 

Merged with Amerika. 

WHi Jan. 7, 1891-Mar. 6, 1896. 

IaDeL Aug. 29, 1890-July 22, 1891. 

385. WISCONSIN DAILY PALLADIUM (d) June 21-Aug. 
16, 1852. 

Editors: David Atwood and Royal Buck. 
Followed by Wisconsin Daily Journal. 
WHi complete. 

386. WEEKLY WISCONSIN PATRIOT (w) June 17, 1854- 
Nov. 14, 1864. 

WHi July 2, 1859-Dec. 26, 1863. 

387. WISCONSIN DAILY PATRIOT (d) Nov. 1, 1854-Nov. 
14, 1864. 

Editors: J. T. Marston and Horace A. Tenney, June-Nov. 1854; Stephen D. Car- 
penter, Nov. 1854-Mar. 1859; Carpenter and George Hyer, Apr. 1859-Feb. 1864; 
Carpenter, Feb.-Apr. 1864; J. B. Hyer and W. W. Bird, Apr.-Nov. 1864. 
WHi complete. 

388. WISCONSIN POPULIST (w) Sept. 10-Nov. 8, 1892. 

Title varies: Dane County Populist, Sept.-Oct. 
Editors: C. H. Potter and O. L. Callecod. 
WHi complete. 

389. WISCONSIN STAATS-ZEITUNG (w) Aug. 1854-1861. 

Editors: August Kruer, 1854-1860; Edward Rullman, 1860-1861. 
In German. 

390. WISCONSIN STAATS-ZEITUNG (w) Dec. 4, 1878-July 
23, 1918. 

Suspended: Feb.-June 1912. 

Editors: H. Kleinpell and Carl G. Schmidt, 1878-Jan. 1882; Schmidt, Jan. 1882- 

May 1888; Bernard Esser, May 1888-Aug. 1889; Gustav Lyser and George Dein- 

inger, Aug. 1889-Mar. 1891; Carl Gebhardt, Mar. 1891-Feb. 1912; F. C. Blied, June 

1912-1918. 

In German. 

WHi Dec. 4, 1878-Sept. 11, 1889; Apr. 15, 1891-July 23, 1918. 

391. WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL (w) Sept. 1852-1909. 
WHi Jan. 1855-Dec. 1906. 

392. WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL: V-MAIL EDITION 

(w) Mar. 22, 1943-Oct. 31, 1945. 

WHi complete. 

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393. WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL (d) Sept. 30, 1852 to 
date. 

Editors: David Atwood, 1852-May 1854; Atwood and Horace Rublee, May 1854- 
May 1869; Atwood and J. O. Culver, May 1869-1876; Atwood, 1877-Feb. 1890; 
Horace A. Taylor, Feb. 1890-Apr. 1901; Amos P. Wilder, Apr. 1901-Mar. 1906; 
August Roden, Mar. 1906-1911; Richard L. Jones, 1911-1919; Aaron M. Brayton, 
1919-1942; Don Anderson, 1942 to date. 

WHi complete. 

WSteC Jan. 1880-Dec. 1930. 

394. WISCONSIN STATE PALLADIUM AND STATES- 
MAN (w) June 10-Sept. 28, 1852. 

Published by Wisconsin Daily Palladium. 
WHi complete. 

395. WISCONSIN STATESMAN (w) Aug. 1, 1850-June 1, 
1852. 

Editors: William W. and W. H. Wyman. 
Merged with Wisconsin State Palladium. 
WHi complete. 

396. WISCONSIN STATESMAN (m, w) Apr. 1873-Oct. 28, 
1876. 

Published at Beaver Dam: 1873-Sept. 1874. 
Title varies: Wisconsin Granger, 1873-June 1875. 
Editors: Eugene B. Bolens. 

WHi July 3, 1875-Oct. 28, 1876. 

397. WEEKLY WISCONSIN UNION (w) Apr. 17, 1866-Feb. 
5, 1868. 

398. WISCONSIN DAILY UNION (d) Apr. 17, 1866-Feb. 5, 
1868. 

Title varies: Madison Daily Union, Apr.-Sept. 1867. 

Editors: George Hyer and Elias A. Calkins, 1866-Feb. 1867; Calkins and I. V. 
Montanye, Feb.-Sept. 1867; J. Gillett Knapp and Stephen D. Carpenter, Oct. 
1867-1868. 

Followed by Madison Democrat. 
WHi complete. 

399. WISKONSAN ENQUIRER (w) Nov. 8, 1838-June 15, 
1843. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Enquirer, 1838-June 1842. 

Editors: Josiah A. Noonan, 1838-July 1840; Noonan and Charles C. Sholes, July- 
Nov. 1840; Sholes, Dec. 1840-Apr. 1841; George Hyer, Apr. 1841-Feb. 1842; J. 
Gillett Knapp, Feb.-July 1842; Harrison Reed and Davis Lambert, July-Dec. 1842; 
Lambert, Jan.-June 1843. 

WHi complete. 

WM Nov. 8, 1838-June 15, 1842. 

400. DAILY WORKER (d) Jan. 12- [?], 1875. 
Editors: Stephen D. Carpenter. 

WHi Jan. 12-Mar. 1, 1875. 

401. MADISON ZEITUNG (w) 1872-1875 [?]. 
Editors: F. Massing. 

In German. 

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MARSHALL 

402. MARSHALL EFFORT (w) 1879-1880 [?]. 

403. MARSHALL RECORD (w) Sept. 1, 1895 to date. 
Editors: F. C. King, 1895-1903; Charles H. Lake, 1903-1934; C. Victor Lake, 1934 
to date. 

WHi May 23, 1952 to date. 



MAZOMANIE 

404. MAZOMANIAN (w) Apr. 1866-1867 [?]. 
Editors: W. H. Brainard and Henry R. Boardman. 

405. MAZOMANIE SICKLE (m, w) Feb. 1874 to date. 
Editors: D. W. and S. E. Bronson, 1874-Aug. 1880; S. E. Bronson, Sept. 1880-Nov. 
1882; Fred W. Johns, Nov. 1882-1891; Myron M. Adams, Jan.-July 1892; R. C. 
Evans, Aug. 1892-Feb. 1893; G. A. Smith, Mar .-Dec. 1893; Harold L. Swan, Dec. 
1893-1933; Bertha J. Swan, 1933-July 1938; Marshall F. Browne, Aug. 1938-Sept. 
1945; Arthur W. Pickering, Oct. 1945 to date. 

WHi Feb. 1874-Feb. 22, 1940; Dec. 23, 1943 to date. 

406. WALKER'S WEEKLY (w) 1860-1861 [?]. 
Editors: Henry Walker. 



MIDDLETON 

407. MIDDLETON TIMES-TRIBUNE (w) June 8, 1893 to 

date. 

Title varies: Middleton Times, 1893-Aug. 1898. 

Editors: Thomas A. Everill, 1893-June 1924; Thomas R. Daniels, June 1924 to 

date. 

WHi Feb. 5, 1897 to date. 



MORRISONVILLE 

408. MORRISONVILLE TRIBUNE (w) Dec. 5, 1903-Oct. 

1948. 

Editors: Charles Eldredge. 
Merged with De Forest Times. 



MOUNT HOREB 

BLUE MOUNDS WEEKLY NEWS, see Mount Horeb 
Weekly News. 

409. DAGEN (w) 1891-1892 [?] . 

Editors: Gunder G. Mandt. 
In Norwegian. 

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410. MOUNT HOREB GRIT (w) 1894-1895 [?] . 
Editors: A. G. Paulsen. 

411. MOUNT HOREB MAIL (w) Nov. 13, 1901 to date. 
Editors: O. M. Eidsmore, 1901-1904; A. C. Krohn, 1904-June 1951; Elmer Krohn, 
June 1951 to date. 

WHi June 16, 1932 to date. 

412. MOUNT HOREB WEEKLY NEWS (w) May 1881-June 
8, 1887. 

Title varies: Blue Mounds Weekly News, 1881-July 1885. 

Editors: E. R. Breen, 1881-1882; H. G. Elliott, 1882-Jan. 1884; P. Kenney, Feb.- 

July 1884; Elliott and John N. Dahlen, July 1884-1887. 

Merged with Black Earth Advertiser. 

WHi July 31, 1883-June 8, 1887. 

413. MOUNT HOREB PROGRESS (w) Mav 3, 1892-June 1, 
1893. 

Editors: John N. Dahlen and T. G. Lingard, 1892-Mar. 1893; Dahlen and J. N. 
Risjord, Mar .-June 1893. 
Merged with Mount Horeb Sun. 

414. MOUNT HOREB SUN (w) Mar. 1887-1893 [?]. 
Editors: Gunder G. Mandt. 

415. MOUNT HOREB TIMES (w) May 1887-June 7, 1932. 

Editors: John N. Dahlen and J. N. Risjord, 1887-Sept. 1895; Dahlen, Sept. 1895- 
Feb. 1922; F. S. Zintz, Mar. 1922-Oct. 1929; Claude Sullivan and R. H. Foss, Oct. 
1929-May 1930; William G. Ihland, June 1930-1932. 
Merged with Mount Horeb Mail. 

WHi Aug. 8, 1895-June 7, 1932. 



MOUNT VERNON 
416. MOUNT VERNON ENTERPRISE (w) 1891-1895[?] 

Title varies: Mount Horeb Independent, 1891- [?]. 
Editors: Thomas K. Everill. 



OREGON 

417. OREGON OBSERVER (w) Sept. 22, 1880 to date. 

Editors: Horace G. Urie, 1880-1882; C. J. Rollis, 1882-Mar. 1884; Rollis and H. D. 
Hanson, Mar -Dec. 1884; Hanson, Dec. 1884-Feb. 1910; Edward F. Kramer, Feb. 
1910 to date. 

WHi June 28, 1883 to date. 

418. VILLAGE RECORD (w) Oct. 29, 1875-1876. 

Editors: I. A. Hoxie and H. D. Morgan. 

WHi Nov. 4, 1875-May 16, 1876. 

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STOUGHTON 

419. STOUGHTON COURIER (w) Dec. 30, 1954 to date. 

Editors: Harold W. Quirt, 1954-Aug. 1956; Dorothy A. Miedema, Sept. 1956 to 
date. 

WHi complete. 

420. STOUGHTON WEEKLY COURIER-HUB (w) Feb. 2, 
1876-May 2, 1924. 

Title varies: Stoughton Courier, 1876-July 1909. 
WHi Jan. 21, 1877-May 2, 1924. 

421. STOUGHTON COURIER-HUB (d) Oct. 20, 1906-Dec. 
24, 1954. 

Title varies: Stoughton Daily Hub, 1906-July 1909. 

Editors: George W. Currier, 1876-Apr. 1877; Currier and C. E. Parish, Apr. 1877- 
May 1878; Parish, May 1878-Nov. 1894; J. M. Hibbard, Nov. 1894-June 1925; 
Walter K. Mickelson, June 1925-Apr. 1930; Harold W. Quirt, Apr. 1930-1954. 
WHi July 1, 1909-Dec. 24, 1954. 

GAUKEN, see Wisconsin Nordmanden (Madison). 

422. STOUGHTON WEEKLY HUB (w) Nov. 9, 1881-July 
2, 1909. 

Editors: T. G. Mandt and T. C. Lund, 1881-Apr. 1885; C. J. Rollis, Apr. 1885- 
Nov. 1889; Charles S. Crosse, Nov. 1889-1909. 
Merged with Stoughton Courier. 
WHi complete. 

423. STOUGHTON HUB (sw) Sept. 3, 1886-May 2, 1887. 
WHi complete. 

424. STOUGHTON HUB (w) Dec. 28, 1954 to date. 

Editors: Harold W. Quirt, 1954-Aug. 1956; Dorothy A. Miedema, Sept. 1956 to 
date. 

WHi complete. 

STOUGHTON INDEPENDENT, see Wisconsin Signal 

425. STOUGHTON JOURNAL (w) Oct. 1879-1880 [?]. 

Editors: W. C. Cotes. 

NORMANNEN, see Wisconsin Nordmanden (Madison). 

426. STOUGHTON REPORTER (w) Feb. 14, 1863-1875. 

Editors: L. Winthrop Powell, 1863-May 1865; Frank Allen and C. D. Wells, May 
1865-Apr. 1866; Allen, Apr. 1866-1872; A. C. Croft, 1872-1875. 

WHi Mar. 2, 1863-Sept. 28, 1869; Jan. 22-Aug. 20, 1874. 

427. SCANDINAVIAN AMERICAN (w) Dec. 10, 1898-1905. 

Published at Madison: 1898-Nov. 1903. 
Title varies: Mandt' s Weekly, 1898-Oct. 1902. 
Editors: Gunder G. Mandt. 

WHi Dec. 10, 1898-Aug. 17, 1905. 



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428. STOUGHTON SIGNAL (w) Sept. 1873-Jan. 1876. 
Editors: Frank Allen. 

Followed by Stoughton Courier. 

WISCONSIN NORMANNEN, see Wisconsin Nordman- 
den (Madison). 

429. WISCONSIN SIGNAL (w) Sept. 22, 1857-June 10, 1858. 

Title varies: Stoughton Independent, Sept.-Dec. 1857. 
Editors: Henry J. Walker, Sept.-Dec. 1857; W. A. Giles, Jan.-June 1858. 
WHi Sept. 29, 1857-June 10, 1858. 



SUN PRAIRIE 

SUN PRAIRIE COUNTRYMAN, see Sun Prairie Star- 
Countryman. 

430. DANE COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Sept. 19, 1894-Aug. 
27, 1896. 

Editors: George R. Bull. 

WHi Sept. 19, 1895-Aug. 27, 1896. 

431. SUN PRAIRIE ENTERPRISE (w) Apr. 10, 1868-1869[?]. 
Editors: Dake and Smith. 

432. SUN PRAIRIE LEDGER (w) Dec. 24, 1868-1869. 
Editors: Henry S. Ehrman. 

WHi Jan. 14-Feb. 25, 1869. 

433. SUN PRAIRIE NEWS (w) Dec. 12, 1903-Oct. 29, 1904. 
Editors: George R. Bull. 

WHi complete. 

434. SUN PRAIRIE STAR (w) Mar. 7, 1940-Aug. 17, 1944. 

Editors: James J. Sullivan. 

Merged with Sun Prairie Countryman. 

WHi Nov. 11, 1943-Aug. 17, 1944. 

435. SUN PRAIRIE STAR-COUNTRYMAN (w) Dec. 6, 1877 
to date. 

Title varies: Countryman, 1877-Sept. 1882; Sun Prairie Countryman, Sept. 1882- 
Aug. 1944. 

Editors: Charles S. Crosse, 1877-Feb. 1889; Walter S. Hidden, Feb. 1889-Aug. 1896; 
Walter R. Dunphy and George R. Bull, Sept. 1896-Nov. 1900; Dunphy, Nov. 1900- 
Feb. 1907; Theron G. Stone, Feb. 1907-Aug. 1944; James J. Sullivan, Aug. 1944 
to date. 

WHi complete. 

436. SUN PRAIRIE SUN (w) 1900-1901 [?]. 
Editors: William W. Hammond. 



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VERONA 

437. VERONA HERALD (w) Oct. 1894-Aug. 1898. 

Published by Middleton Times. 

438. VERONA ENQUIRER (w) 1891-1894 [?] . 

Editors: Thomas A. Everill. 

439. VERONA RECORD (w) 1912-1919 [?]. 
Editors: A. H. Bell, 1912-1916; Earl R. Adamson, 1916-1919. 



WAUNAKEE 

440. WAUNAKEE INDEX (w) Dec. 6, 1907-Dec. 20, 1918. 
Suspended: May-Nov. 1914. 

Editors: J. M. and Humphrey L. Williams, 1907-1911; Charles E. McWatty, Jan.- 
June 1912; T. H. Campion, June-Dec. 1912; J. Lewis White, 1913-May 1914; W. D. 
Lambert, Nov. 1914-June 1915; A. H. Bell, June 1915-1918. 
WHi complete. 

441. WAUNAKEE NEWS (w) Mar. 20, 1896-1901. 

Editors: C. R. Marks, 1896-Aug. 1898; N. M. Nelson, Sept. 1898-Feb. 1900; Marks, 
Feb. 1900-1901. 

WHi Mar. 20, 1896-Aug. 17, 1900. 

442. WAUNAKEE POST (w) 1901-1906 [?]. 
Editors: Otto W. Sprecher. 

443. WAUNAKEE TRIBUNE (w) 1936 to date. 
Editors: A. A. Roessler, 1936-1937; A. F. and F. J. Roessler, 1937 to date. 

WHi Feb. 10, 1944 to date. 



WINDSOR 

444. WINDSOR HERALD (w) Jan. 4, 1899-1900. 

Published by Waunakee News. 

WHi Jan. 4, 1899-Feb. 9, 1900. 



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BEAVER DAM 

445. BEAVER DAM ARGUS (w) Dec. 7, 1860-July 12, 1956. 
Editors: Benjamin W. Curtis, 1860-Feb. 1863; Benjamin F. Sherman and D. C. 
Gowdy, Feb. 1863-June 1884; Sherman and F. A. Hutchins, July 1884-Jan. 1891; 
Benjamin F. and William H. Sherman, Feb. 1891-1915; James B. Sherman, 1915- 
1956. 

WHi complete. 

446. WEEKLY BADGER (w) Sept. 14-Oct. 1848. 
Editors: A. G. Hoag. 

447. BEAVER DAM DAILY CITIZEN (d) Feb. 21, 1911 to 
date. 

Editors: E. E. and H. H. Parker, 1911-1927; J. E. Helfert, 1927 to date. 
WHi Jan. 2, 1919 to date. 

448. BEAVER DAM DAILY (d) May 22, 1887-May 22, 1891. 
Editors: Orland F. and Ray Weaver. 

BEAVER DAM DEMOCRAT, see Whig of Seventy-Six 
(Juneau). 

449. DEMOCRATIC POST (w) Mar. 12-May 1857. 
Editors: Charles S. and H. B. Phelps. 

Merged with Dodge County Citizen. 

450. DODGE COUNTY CITIZEN (w) Apr. 10, 1856-May 30, 
1861; Oct. 8, 1862-1929. 

Editors: M. Cullaton, 1856-Nov. 1858; G. H. Wells, Nov. 1858-May 1861; Thomas 
Hughes and Hiram A. Reid, Oct. 1862-Oct. 1868; Hughes, Oct. 1868-Oct. 1869; 
Hughes and S. B. Allen, Oct. 1869-Oct. 1876; Hughes, Oct. 1876-Mar. 1910; E. E. 
and H. H. Parker, Mar. 1910-1927; J. E. Helfert, 1927-1929. 

WHi Apr. 10, 1856-May 30, 1861; Nov. 6, 1862-Apr. 16, 1924. 

451. DODGE COUNTY EXCELSIOR (w) Sept. 5-Dec. 1860. 
Editors: John A. Farrel. 

Followed by Beaver Dam Argus. 

452. BEAVER DAM ECHO (d) July 1, 1930-Jan. 1, 1931. 
Editors: Granville Lyon and Thomas F. Moore. 

453. BEAVER DAM REPUBLICAN AND SENTINEL (w) 

Feb. 10, 1853-Mar. 5, 1857. 

Title varies: Beaver Dam Republican, 1853-Apr. 1855. 
Editors: Edgar C. Hull. 
Merged with Dodge County Citizen. 
WHi complete. 

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454. BEAVER DAM SENTINEL (w) Nov. 1854-Apr. 1855. 
Editors: N. V. Chandler, Nov.-Dec. 1854; George C. Haddock, Dec. 1854-Feb. 
1855; Edgar C. Hull, Feb.-Apr. 1855. 

Merged with Beaver Dam Republican. 

455. BEAVER DAM WEEKLY (w) June 2, 1887-May 23, 1889. 

Editors: Orland F. and Ray Weaver. 

WHIG OF SEVENTY-SIX, see under Juneau. 

WISCONSIN GRANGER, see Wisconsin Statesman 
(Madison). 



DODGE CENTER 
456. DODGE COUNTY GAZETTE (w) May-June 9, 1852. 

Editors: Robert B. Wentworth. 

Followed by Dodge County Gazette (Juneau) . 



FOX LAKE 
FOX LAKE BREEZE, see Fox Lake Representative. 

457. FOX LAKE GAZETTE (w) Mar. 24, 1858-Mar. 8, 1865. 

Editors: James V. Fitch. 

WHi Apr. 20, 1858-Mar. 8, 1865. 

458. FOX LAKE JOURNAL (w) July 1856-Mar. 1858. 
Editors: John R. Shallow, 1856-July 1857; B. C. Golliday, July 1857-1858. 

459. FOX LAKE RECORD (w) May 14, 1865-Aug. 1, 1866. 
Editors: Chase A. Stevens and Curtis F. George, 1865-Mar. 1866; George, Mar- 
Aug. 1866. 

460. FOX LAKE REPRESENTATIVE (w) Oct. 5, 1866 to 
date. 

Title varies: Fox Lake Breeze, Oct. 1885-Oct. 1887. 

Editors: John Hotchkiss, 1866-July 1875; John Hotchkiss and H. L. Stafford, July 
1875-Apr. 1879; John and Carl W. Hotchkiss, Apr. 1879-Oct. 1882; John and Dean 
J. Hotchkiss, Oct. 1882-1883; Curtis F. George, 1884-Sept. 1885; W. M. and John E. 
Shirk, Sept. 1885-Oct. 1887; Dean J. Hotchkiss, Oct. 1887-1913; Frank H. Baker, 
1914-1951; James R. Schwartz, 1951 to date. 

WHi June 16, 1871-Apr. 29, 1881; Aug. 7, 1930-Jan. 6, 1943; May 7, 

1953 to date. 

461. FOX LAKE TIMES (w) Dec. 1854-July 1856. 

Editors: H. C. George. 



HORICON 
462. HORICON ARGUS (w) Sept. 7, 1854-Nov. 30, 1860. 

Editors: William E. Croft and W. H. Butterfield, 1854-Mar. 1857; Marcus M. 

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Poraeroy, Apr. 1857-Dec. 1858; Benjamin W. Curtis, Dec. 1858-1860. 
Followed by Beaver Dam Argus. 
WHi complete. 

463. HORICON FLAG (w) 1882-1883. 

Editors: A. M. Clinton. 

Followed by Dodge County Reporter. 

464. HORICON GAZETTE (w) Jan. 9, 1861-Jan. 1, 1862. 
Editors: Henry W. Phelps. 

Followed by Green Lake Spectator (Berlin) . 
WHi complete. 

465. HORICON REPORTER (w) Feb. 1884 to date. 

Title varies: Dodge County Reporter, 1884- [?]. 

Editors: John C. Clinton, 1884-1886; Charles A. Pettibone, 1886-1887; Pettibone 
and C. S. Adams, 1887-1890; W. S. Adams, 1890-1891; J. Edward Sawyer, 1891- 
1897; W. D. Powell, 1898-1899; Powell and Andrew A. Washburn, 1899-Aug. 1900; 
Washburn, Aug. 1900-July 1919; Harry E. Roate, Aug. 1919-Apr. 1946; Lloyd W. 
and Harold L. Wright, May 1946-Jan. 1952; O. L. Newcomer, Jan. 1952-May 1955; 
Donald W. and Robert N. Kearney, June 1955 to date. 
WHi Feb. 9, 1900 to date. 

466. HORICON VOLKSFREUND (w) 1885-1886 [?]. 

Editors: Henry Spiering. 
In German. 



HUSTISFORD 

467. HUSTISFORD JOURNAL (w) Dec. 10, 1909-1911 [?]. 
Editors: Henry Bramer and Charles Pabst. 

468. HUSTISFORD NEWS (w) Nov. 1908 to date. 

Editors: William Kaul, 1908-Aug. 1954; Lyle L. Sielaff, Sept. 1954-Sept. 1955; 
Eldred Staab, Oct. 1955 to date. 

WHi Apr. 15, 1949 to date. 



JUNEAU 

469. BURR OAK (w) Oct. 7, 1853-Dec. 29, 1854. 

Editors: Charles Billinghurst. 
WHi complete. 

470. DODGE COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) June 1869-Feb. 5, 
1879. 

Editors: Eugene B. Bolens, 1869-Sept. 1874; Bolens and Frank Lowth, Sept. 1874- 
1876; Lowth, 1877-1879. 
Merged with Juneau Telephone. 

WHi Jan. 5, 1876-Feb. 5, 1879. 

471. DODGE COUNTY GAZETTE (w) June 16, 1852-Sept. 
23, 1853. 

Editors: Robert B. Wentworth. 
Followed by Burr Oak. 

WHi complete. 

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472. INDEPENDENT (w) Dec. 15, 1893 to date. 
Editors: John Clifford, 1893-1946; Eugene R. Clifford, 1946 to date. 

WHi June 9, 1899 to date. 

473. JUNEAU TELEPHONE (w) July 27, 1877-Mar. 15, 
1918. 

Published at Mayville: 1877-Feb. 1879. 
Title varies: Telephone, 1877-Nov. 1880. 

Editors: Charles A. Pettibone and John A. Barney, 1877-Feb. 1879; Pettibone, Feb. 
1879-June 1886; John Kelley, July 1886-1918. 
WHi complete. 

474. VOLKSBOTE (w) 1893-Sept. 27, 1896. 

Published at Mayville: 1893-Feb. 1894. 

Published at Theresa: Mar.-Oct. 1894. 

Editors: Otto Benz, 1893-1895; J. C. Lienhard, 1895-1896. 

In German. 

475. WHIG OF SEVENTY-SIX (w) Nov. 1858-Sept. 15, 1863. 
Published at Beaver Dam: 1858-Feb. 1863. 

Title varies: Beaver Dam Democrat, 1858-1861. 
Editors: Carr Huntington. 

WHi Apr. 16, 1859-Sept. 15, 1863. 

476. WISCONSIN GRANGER (w) 1872-1874[?]. 

Editors: Eugene B. Bolens. 

LOMIRA 

477. LOMIRA NEWS (w) 1895-1900 [?]. 

Editors: William Spiering. 

478. LOMIRA REVIEW (w) Oct. 20, 1903-1942 [?]. 
Editors: C. L. Parduhn, 1903-1906; Clarence A. Forbes, 1906-1908; Wolf and 
Gardner, 1908-Oct. 1915; John A. Miller, Nov. 1915-July 1916; A. A. Roessler, Aug. 
1916-Dec. 1920; Ervin E. Kinkel, Dec. 1920-1930; Victor R. Kinkel, 1930-1933; 
Raymond E. Bump, 1933-1942. 

Publisher's files destroyed. 

479. LOMIRA WIND (w) 1894-1895. 

Editors: George W. Sommers. 
In German. 



MAYVILLE 

480. DODGE COUNTY BANNER (sw, w) 1897-Dec. 4, 1919. 

Title varies: Dodge County Post, 1897-1901. 

Editors: F. W. Grumm, 1897-1903; E. Schwartz, 1903-Mar. 1907; Schwartz and 

Hans H. Forkmann, Mar. 1907-Sept. 1915; August A. Hahne, Oct. 1915-1916; Carl 

M. Diederichs, 1917-May 1918; Clarence L. Powers, May 1918-1919. 

In German: 1897-Mar. 1918. 

WHi Feb. 24, 1903-Feb. 19, 1904; Feb. 1, 1907-Dec. 4, 1919. 

481. DODGE COUNTY PIONIER (w) Mar. 10, 1876-1941. 
Editors: R. B. Bogisch, 1876-1881; Henry Spiering, 1881-July 1884; Jacob Mueller, 
July 1884-July 1920; Conrad Mueller, July 1920-1941. 

In German. 

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482. MAYVILLE NEWS (w) Feb. 9, 1892 to date. 

Editors: Henry Spiering, 1892-Dec. 1907; O. A. Gehrke, Dec. 1907-1952; Leo 
Gehrke, 1952 to date. 

WHi Jan. 26-Dec. 31, 1904; July 24, 1906 to date. 

483. MAYVILLE VOLKSFREUND (w) 1885-1892 [?]. 

Editors: Henry Spiering. 
In German. 



NEOSHA 
484. NEOSHA STANDARD (w) Apr. 25, 1900-1908. 

Editors: W. C. Blaisdell, 1900-1903; Jesse A. Clason, 1903-1906; George W. Moul- 
ton, 1906-1907; C. R. Marks, 1907-1908. 

WHi May 19, 1905-June 26, 1908. 



REESEVILLE 

485. REESEVILLE REVIEW (w) Feb. 16, 1889-1942 [?]. 
Editors: Harry L. Snow, 1889-1899; John F. Hughes, 1900-Apr. 1915; Emil Klentz, 
Apr. 1915-Aug. 1939; Robert D. Hutto, Aug. 1939-1942. 



THERESA 
VOLKSBOTE, see under Juneau. 



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STURGEON BAY 

486. DEMOCRAT (w) Oct. 24, 1873-Mar. 7, 1895. 

Title varies: Expositor, 1873-Feb. 188G; Independent, Mar. 1886-June 1890; Re- 
publican, July 1890-1892. 

Editors: George Pinney, 1873-May 1877; Charles I. Martin, May 1877-1884; W. B. 
Carr, 1885-Feb. 1886; A. W. Lawrence, Mar. 1886-Mar. 1888; Dudley Crandall, 
Mar. 1888-June 1890; Joseph Harris, Jr., July 1890-July 1891; J. Edward Harris, 
July 1891-Sept. 1894; Charles M. Whiteside, Sept. 1894-Feb. 1895; Hugh E. O'Don- 
nell, Feb.-Mar. 1895. 
Merged with Door County Democrat. 
WHi complete. 

487. DOOR COUNTY ADVOCATE (w) Mar. 22, 1862 to date. 
Title varies: Advocate, Feb. 1897-Oct. 1912; Sturgeon Bay Advocate, Oct. 1912- 
July 1918. 

Editors: Joseph Harris and Myron H. McCord, 1862-Mar. 1863; Harris, Mar. 
1863-Oct. 1865; Joseph and Henry Harris, Oct. 1865-Apr. 1875; Frank Long, Apr. 
1875-1912; Dudley S. Long, 1913-July 1918; Herbert J. Sanderson and Arthur T. 
Harris, July 1918-Mar. 1945; Sanderson and Seymour J. Harris, Mar. 1945-Mar. 
1947; Seymour J. Harris, Mar. 1947-1953; Chandler F. Harris, 1953 to date. 
WHi complete. 

488. DOOR COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Jan. 28, 1893- July 
26, 1918. 

Editors: John J. Pinney and George W. Allen, 1893-Sept. 1895; Pinney, Sept. 1895- 
Sept. 1909; Herbert J. Sanderson, Oct. 1909-1918. 
Merged with Door County Advocate. 

WHi Mar. 16, 1895-July 26, 1918. 

489. DOOR COUNTY NEWS (w) July 1, 1914-1942. 
Editors: Earl M. La Plant. 

Merged with Door County Advocate. 

WHi Dec. 14, 1922-Aug. 31, 1939. 



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BRULE 

490. BRULE ENTERPRISE (w) 1891-1892 [?] 

Editors: F. B. Hand and B. F. Goodell. 



LAKE NEBAGAMON 

491. NEBAGAMON ENTERPRISE (w) Oct. 15, 1898-Nov. 
30, 1907. 

Editors: Warner S. Carr, 1898-1899; Carr and F. B. Hand, 1900-Aug. 1905; Carr. 

Aug. 1905-1907. 

Merged with Solon Springs Star. 

WHi Dec. 3, 1898-Nov. 30, 1907. 

492. NEBAGAMON ENTERPRISE (w) 1916-1917 [?]. 
Editors: S. Marsh. 

493. STAR-ENTERPRISE (w) Dec. 7, 1907-Oct. 30, 1909. 

Published at Solon Springs: 1907-Sept. 1908. 

Editors: N. Dan Simpson, 1907-Apr. 1909; Warner S. Carr, Apr.-Oct. 1909. 
WHi complete. 



SOLON SPRINGS 

494. SOLON SPRINGS STAR (w) 1906-Nov. 30, 1907. 

Editors: N. Dan Simpson. 

Merged with Nebagamon Enterprise. 

STAR-ENTERPRISE, see under Lake Nebagamon. 



SUPERIOR 

495. SUNDAY MORNING CALL (w) July 31, 1887-July 27, 
1890. 

Editors: M. C. French and Joseph B. Perkins. 
WS July 31, 1887-Sept. 16, 1888. 

496. SUPERIOR DAILY CALL (d) Mar. 17, 1890-Feb. 21, 
1894. 

Editors: W. F. Boland. 

WS complete. 

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497. SUPERIOR CHRONICLE (w) June 12, 1855-Aug. 29, 

1863. 

Editors: Washington Ashton and John C. Wise, 1855-Mar. 1858; Ashton, Mar. 
1858-1863. 

WHi June 12, 1855-May 11, 1861; Sept. 10, 1861-Aug. 29, 1863. 

WS June 12, 1855-May 11, 1861; Sept. 10, 1861-Aug. 29, 1863. 

498. SUPERIOR CITIZEN (w) Jan. 2, 1892-July 1901. 
Editors: John A. Monger. 

Merged with Clarion. 

WS July 16, 1892-Dec. 2, 1899. 

499. CLARION-CITIZEN (w, sw) July 4, 1897-Aug. 1903. 
Title varies: Clarion, 1897-July 1901. 

Editors: Joseph S. Konkel. 

WHi Apr. 6, 1901-Dec. 21, 1902. 
WS Apr. 6, 1901-Dec. 21, 1902. 

500. SUNDAY MORNING FORUM (w) Sept. 16, 1894-June 
1900. 

Editors: M. C. French, 1894-1895; French and Alfred M. Flagg, 1895-1897; A. C. 
Harmon and W. J. Whipple, 1897-1899; R. A. Haste, 1899-1900. 

501. SUPERIOR GAZETTE (w) Jan. 30, 1864-Feb. 5, 1870. 

Editors: Thomas Clark and Richard Relf, Jan.-June 1864; Relf and Washington 
Ashton, June 1864-1866; Ashton, 1866-Oct. 1868; Mrs. W. Ashton, Nov. 1868- 
July 1869; R. C. Mitchell, July 1869-1870. 
Merged with Superior Tribune. 

WHi Jan. 30, 1864-Jan. 27, 1866. 

WS Jan. 30, 1864-Jan. 27, 1866. 

502. SUPERIOR GAZETTE (w) 1877-1878 [?]. 

Editors: Richard Relf. 

503. INLAND OCEAN (w) Nov. 8, 1891-Aug. 16, 1903. 
Editors: W. F. Street, 1891-1892; A. H. Scott and C. A. Ward, 1892-Apr. 1900; W. 
E. Chandler and O. E. Dunn, Apr. 1900-Aug. 1902; Ralph C. Colburn, Aug. 1902- 
1903. 

WHi Dec. 3, 1893-Dec. 7, 1895; Mar. 28, 1896-Aug. 16, 1903. 
WS Nov. 8, 1891-June 7, 1902. 

504. SUPERIOR INTER-OCEAN (w) Mar. 1882-Nov. 1, 1891. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Inter-Ocean, June 1886-1888. 

Editors: W. J. Whipple, 1882-Jan. 1884; Josiah Bond, Jr., Feb.-Nov. 1884; Whip- 
ple and Lute A. Taylor, Nov.-Dec. 1884; C. E. Foote, Dec. 1884-May 1885; C. C. 
Knappen, June 1885-May 1886; M. C. French, June 1886-July 1887; W. F. Street, 
July 1887-1891. 

WHi July 19, 1883-Aug. 7, 1886. 

505. SUPERIOR DAILY JOURNAL (d) 1888-1889. 
Published by Superior Sentinel. 

SUPERIOR JOURNAL, see Wisconsin Journal. 

506. LAKE SUPERIOR GUIDE (w) May 1, 1861-1862 [?]. 
Editors: James S. Ritchie. 

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507. LAKE SUPERIOR MINER AND TELEGRAM (w) 

1889-Feb. 15, 1899. 

Published by Evening Telegram. 

WHi Jan. 1, 1898-Feb. 15, 1899. 

LAKE SUPERIOR SENTINEL, see Superior Sentinel 

508. LEADER (w) 1919-1921. 
Editors: R. E. and J. W. McKeague. 

509. LEADER-CLARION (d) May 1, 1890-Dec. 31, 1903. 

Title varies: Superior Leader, 1890-Aug. 1903. 

Editors: Alfred P. Swineford, 1890-1891; Frank A. Flower, 1891-1895; A. C. Har- 
mon and S. E. Middleton, 1895-1899; Middleton, 1899-Apr. 1903; Joseph S. 
Konkel, Apr.-Dec. 1903. 

WHi Feb. 15, 1891-Dec. 31, 1903. 

WS Feb. 15, 1891-Dec. 31, 1903. 

510. LEADER-CLARION (w) Aug. 1903-1919. 

Editors: Joseph S. Konkel, 1903-Apr. 1912; Fred W. Konkel, Apr. 1912-May 1914; 
W. H. Kelley, May 1914-1919. 

WHi Jan. 4, 1904-Oct. 25, 1913. 

WS Aug. 26, 1903-Dec. 30, 1905; Apr. 18, 1908-Nov. 29, 1913; Oct. 22, 

1914-Nov. 30, 1918. 

511. SUNDAY MERCURY (w) Mar. 5, 1892-1893f?]. 

Title varies: New Northwest, Mar -May 1892. 
Editors: Alfred P. Swineford and George H. Teague. 
WHi Mar. 5-June 26, 1892. 

512. DAILY NEWS (d) Mar. 1-Aug. 27, 1894. 

Editors: Edward L. Whitty. 
WS complete. 

513. NORDVESTERN-HAROLD (w) 1903-1920. 

Published by Svenska Amerikanska Posten. 
In Swedish. 

POSTEN, see Superior Tidende. 

514. SUPERIOR REPUBLICAN (w) Sept. 10, 1857-1858 [?]. 

515. SUPERIOR SANOMAT (w) 1892-1893 [?]. 
Editors: Jurva and McLean. 

In Finnish. 

516. SUPERIOR SENTINEL (w) May 9, 1888-Dec. 11, 1889. 
Title varies: Lake Superior Sentinel, 1888-July 1889. 

Editors: Morris B. Kimball, 1888-Jan. 1889; G. L. Rice, Feb.-Mar. 1889; A. L. 
Davidson and L. G. Brewster, Apr.-May 1889; C. W. Wheeler, June 1889; A. F. 
McKay and George D. Moulton, July-Dec. 1889. 
WHi complete. 

517. SENTINELLE (w) 1891-1892 [?]. 
Editors: Jean L. Harquall. 

In French. 

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518. DAILY SHORT LINE (d) 1890-Oct. 1892. 
Editors: Phillips and Buell. 

MnHi Dec. 31, 1891-Sept. 8, 1892. 

519. SOUTH SUPERIOR PRESS (w) 1929-1930. 
Editors: A. A. Asplund. 

SOUTH SUPERIOR SUN, see Superior Sun. 

520. SUPERIOR STAR (w) 1904-1905. 

521. SUPERIOR SUN (w) July 21, 1891-Feb. 22, 1907. 

Title varies: South Superior Sun, 1891-July 1902. 
Editors: R. E. Kenyon. 

WS July 9, 1904-Feb. 22, 1907. 

522. SVENSKA AMERIKANSKA POSTEN (w) 1883-1940 [?]. 
Published at Minneapolis: 1919-1940. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Svenska Tribunen, 1883-1903; Svenska Amerikanska Tri- 
bunes 1904-1920. 

Editors: N. L. Bendz, 1883-1903; Martin P. Ackerson, 1903-1906; Uno Lindstrom, 
1906-1919. 
In Swedish. 

523. SUPERIOR WEEKLY TELEGRAM (w) May 31, 1892- 
1893. 

WHi May 31, 1892-Apr. 18, 1893. 

524. EVENING TELEGRAM (d) Apr. 21, 1890 to date. 
Title varies: Superior Telegram, 1890-Nov. 1922. 

Editors: J. T. Murphy, 1890-1932; Morgan Murphy and Clough Gates, 1932 to 
date. 

WHi May 7, 1890 to date. 

WS May 7, 1890 to date. 

525. SUPERIOR TIDENDE (w) Sept. 1888 to date. 
Title varies: Posten, 1888-July 1893. 

Editors: Charles Largo and Adolph Rydal, 1888-1890; O. M. Skinvik, 1890-Sept. 
1892; Peer O. Stromme, Oct. 1892-1893; Nathan Mortenson, 1893-1894; Simon 
Klovdahl, 1894-Jan. 1896; Henry P. Peterson, Jan. 1896-Sept. 1901; John L. Erick- 
son, Oct. 1901-1906; George A. Pettersen, 1907-1919; J. J. Fuhr, 1920-1933; Anna 
D. Fuhr, 1933-Feb. 1956; Sigurd Tanem, Mar. 1956 to date. 
In Norwegian. 

WHi Oct. 6, 1892-June 29, 1893; Nov. 7, 1895 to date. 

MnHi Mar. 12, 1909 to date. 

526. SUPERIOR TIMES (w) Sept. 8, 1870-1912. 

Editors: Edward W. Anderson, Jr., 1870-Feb. 1875; Charles S. Douglas and D. H. 
Pryor, Feb.-July 1875; Douglas, July 1875-1876; Thomas and James Bardon, 1877- 
1881; Thomas Bardon and J. Lute Christie, 1882-July 1888; Christie, Aug. 1888- 
1895; Alluna C. Christie, 1896-1898; E. E. Brownell, 1898-Feb. 1901; Herman H. 
Brinsmade, Feb. 1901-Apr. 1902; C. L. Day, May 1902-1912. 

WHi Sept. 8, 1870-Dec. 30, 1899. 

WS Sept. 8, 1870-Dec. 31, 1910. 

527. SUPERIOR TRIBUNE (w) July 3, 1869-Apr. 7, 1870. 

Editors: R. C. Mitchell. 

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528. SUPERIOR DAILY TRIBUNE (d) Mar. 1888-1889 [?]. 
Editors: W. E. Downing. 

529. TYOMIES-ETEENPAIN (w, tw, d) 1903 to date. 

Published at Hancock, Mich.: 1903-Oct. 1914. 
Title varies: Tyomies, 1903-Aug. 1950. 

Editors: Tyomies Pub. Co., 1903-Oct. 1914; Emil Parras, Oct. 1914-1921; George 
Halonen, 1921-1923; Henry Koski, 1923-1926; Knut E. Heikkinen, 1926-1928; 
Henry Puro, 1928-1929; David Heino, 1929-1931; Leo Mattson, 1931-1935; Richard 
Pesola, 1935-1937; Matt Wiitala, 1937-1944; Mattson, 1945-Aug. 1950; George M. 
Wastila, Aug. 1950 to date. 
In Finnish. 

WHi Nov. 23, 1909-Dec. 31, 1935; July 1, 1936 to date. 

530. SUPERIOR VOLKSFREUND (w) 1888-1901. 
Editors: W. G. Joerns. 

In German. 

WHi Jan. 5-Oct. 5, 1899. 

531. SUPERIOR WAVE (w) June 24, 1886-May 31, 1902. 

Title varies: West Superior Wave, 1886-Mar. 1888. 

Editors: Morris B. Kimball, 1886-Feb. 1888; Frank B. Gregg, Feb. 1888-1902. 
WHi complete. 

WISCONSIN INTER-OCEAN, see Superior Inter-Ocean. 

532. WISCONSIN JOURNAL (w) 1920-1942. 

Title varies: Superior Journal, 1920-1931. 

Editors: Martin M. Krieps, 1920-1931; S. A. Buchanan, 1931-1935; L. G. Ross, 

1935-1937; Marshall Finstad, 1937-1940; Buchanan, 1940-1942. 

WISCONSIN SVENSKA TRIBUNEN, see Svenska Ameri- 
kanska Posten. 

533. WISCONSIN SUNDAY TIMES (w) Apr. 4, 1920-Nov. 
1924. 

Published by Evening Telegram. 

WHi Apr. 4, 1920-Feb. 11, 1923. 

534. SUPERIOR ZEITUNG (w) 1890-1894[?]. 

Editors: Ernst Mussgang, 1890-1893; Frank Luetterick and Francois Martin, 1893- 

1894. 

In German. 



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BOYCEVILLE 

535. BOYCEVILLE PRESS (w) Aug. 12, 1910-May 17, 1957. 
Editors: Edgar E. Conry, 1910-Feb. 1912; Herman K. Halvorson, Feb. 1912-1957. 

WHi June 26, 1953-May 17, 1957. 

536. PRESS-REPORTER (w) Apr. 19, 1957 to date. 
Editors: Donald A. Halvorson. 

WHi complete. 



COLFAX 

537. COLFAX MESSENGER (w) Apr. 30, 1897 to date. 
Editors: A. C. Chase, 1897-Feb. 1917; Ward L. Swift, Feb. 1917-June 1929; P. H. 
Swift, June 1929-May 1952; Kenneth D. Reed, June 1952 to date. 

WHi Feb. 5, 1948 to date. 

538. COLFAX RECORD (w) June 30-Dec. 1896. 
Editors: August Kjelstorp and George W. Deuel. 



DOWNING 

539. DOWNING HERALD (w) 1910-1922 [?]. 
Editors: Daniel M. Merrill, 1910-1918; James A. Neill, 1918-1922. 

540. DOWNING OBSERVER (w) 1921-1936 [?]. 
Title varies: Downing Enterprise, 1921-1929. 

Editors: L. L. Litchfield, 1921-1923; Newton S. Little, 1923-1924; D. W. Lowster, 
1924-1929; W. A. Drake, 1929-1936. 

541. DOWNING REVIEW (w) 1891-1897 [?]. 

Editors: W. M. Hotchkiss, 1891-1893; W. H. Park, 1893-1895; Amos Babcock, 
1895-1897. 



ELK MOUND 

542. ELK MOUND BUILDER (w) 191 3-1916 [?] . 

Editors: Edgar E. Conry. 

543. ELK MOUND JOURNAL (w) 1 919-1920 [?] . 

Editors: P. F. Van Opens. 

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KNAPP 

544. KNAPP ENTERPRISE (w) 1887-1890 [? J. 

Editors: W. M. Hotchkiss, 1887-1888; Edmund J. and H. E. Browne, 1888-1890. 

545. KNAPP ENTERPRISE (w) 1922-1923 [?]. 
Editors: George L. Ellsworth, Jr. 

546. KNAPP NEWS (w) Oct. 2, 1902-1911. 

Editors: Robert A. Axtell, 1902-May 1905; C. Rockwell Fletcher and George L. 
Carpenter, May 1905-July 1906; Carpenter, July 1906-1908; A. Williams, 1908- 
1909; E. N. Reed, 1909-1911. 

WHi Oct. 2, 1902-Dec. 6, 1906. 



MENOMONIE 

547. COMMUNITY REMINDER (d, sw) Mar. 6, 1931- 
1932[?]. 

Editors: Hugh L. McGowan. 

548. DUNN COUNTY HERALD (w) 1887-1903 [?] . 
Editors: F. T. Vasey. 

549. DUNN COUNTY JOURNAL (w) 1909-1912 [?]. 
Editors: Elmer O. Trickey, 1909-1911; William R. Dobbyn, 1911-1912. 

550. DUNN COUNTY NEWS (sw, w) Apr. 5, 1860 to date. 

Title varies: Dunn County Lumberman, 1860-Apr. 1866. 

Editors: Knapp, Stout & Co., 1860-1865; E. G. Benjamin, 1865-Aug. 1867; William 
Wilson and A. J. Messenger, Aug. 1867-Aug. 1871; Rockwell J. Flint and E. H. 
Weber, Aug. 1871-Sept. 1898; Flint, Sept. 1898-Nov. 1900; Flint and Fred F. Mor- 
gan, Nov. 1900-May 1908; William R. Hotchkiss, June 1908-Apr. 1909; Hotchkiss 
and Malcolm C. Douglas, Apr. 1909-Dec. 1912; Hotchkiss and Paul F. Hunter, Dec. 
1912-Oct. 1913; J. T. Flint and Douglas, Oct. 1913-Oct. 1923; J. T. Flint, Nov. 1923 
to date. 

WHi Apr. 19, 1862-Aug. 10, 1867; Aug. 12, 1871 to date. 

WMeno Apr. 19, 1862-Dec. 1866; Jan. 1871 to date. 

551. LEAN WOLF (w) Oct. 1869-July 1870. 
Published at Durand: 1869-Feb. 1870. 

Editors: George Van Waters. 
Merged with Dunn County News. 

552. MENOMONIE NORDSTERN (w) Dec. 1887-Feb. 5, 1904. 
Editors: Carl Pieper, 1887-Jan. 1902; Frank and Antonio Pieper, Jan. 1902-1904. 
In German. 

WHi Nov. 2, 1894-Feb. 5, 1904. 

553. NORDWESTERN (w) 1888-1898 [?]. 
Published by Menomonie Nordstern. 

In German. 

WHi May 28, 1895-Feb. 8, 1898. 

554. PEOPLE'S PRESS (w) 1869-1871 [?]. 
Editors: Eugene Thompson. 

72 



555. MENOMONIE TIMES (w) Jan. 1876-Jan. 1, 1909. 
Suspended: July-Oct. 1879. 

Editors: Flavius J. Mills, Jan.-Apr. 1876; Charles N. Relph, May 1876-July 1879; 
D. H. Decker, Oct. 1879-Oct. 1888; A. P. Davis, Oct. 1888-Feb. 1908; Ole M. Oleson, 
Mar. 1908-1909. 

WHi Feb. 21, 1877-June 25, 1891; Jan. 6, 1898-Jan. 1, 1909. 

556. WISCONSIN SIGNAL (w) 1891-Nov. 17, 1898. 

Editors: Carl Pieper, 1891-1892; Leona Windsor, 1892-Mar. 1894; Signal Pub. Co., 
Apr. 1894-1898. 

WHi Jan. 3, 1895-Nov. 17, 1898. 



RIDGELAND 

557. RIDGELAND RECORD (w) 1901-1906 [?]. 
Editors: Howard M. Freer. 



WHEELER 
558. WHEELER NEWS (w) 1 91 2-1913 [?]. 

Editors: Jessie C. Brothers. 



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ALTOONA 

559. ALTOONA TRIBUNE (w) 1945-1946 [?] 

Editors: H. V. Albrecht. 



AUGUSTA 

560. COOPERATIVE NEWS-BUDGET (w) Oct. 18, 1918- 
Nov. 28, 1919. 

Editors: E. J. Wilson and C. W. Warner. 
WHi complete. 

AUGUSTA EAGLE, see Union. 

EAU CLAIRE COUNTY UNION, see Union. 

AUGUSTA HERALD, see Herald (Eau Claire). 

561. AUGUSTA TIMES (w) Aug. 1886-Aug. 1888; Jan. 1889- 
Nov. 28, 1919. 

Editors: J. H. Williams, 1886-1891; Frank L. Clarke, 1891-1892; Clarke and Wal- 
lace H. Howard, 1892-1898; Clarke, 1898-1906; E. G. Herrell, 1906-1919. 
Merged with Augusta Eagle. 

562. UNION (w) July 11, 1874 to date. 

Title varies: Augusta Eagle, 1874-Nov. 1919; Eau Claire County Union, Dec. 1919- 
Jan. 1927; Augusta Eagle-Times, Jan.-Mar. 1927. 

Editors: Griff O. Jones, 1874-1900; E. J. Wilson, 1900-1919; E. G. Herrell, 1919- 
1943; E. M. Herrell, 1943 to date. 
WHi complete. 

EAU CLAIRE 
ARBEIDEREN, see Reform. 

563. EAU CLAIRE ARGUS (w) May 7, 1879-Feb. 23, 1881. 

WHi complete. 

564. EAU CLAIRE DAILY ARGUS (d) May 5, 1880-Mar. 1, 
1881. 

Editors: R. H. Copeland. 

565. CHIPPEWA ANZEIGER (w) 1873-1888 [?]. 
Editors: Theodore Friedlander. 

In German. 

74 



CHIPPEWA VALLEY NEWS, see Eau Claire News. 

566. CHIPPEWA VOLKSSTIMME (w) 1877-1879 [?]. 
Editors: William Bersh. 

In German. 

567. COMMERCIAL INDEX (m) Dec. 1871-1872. 
Editors: Stocking and Austin. 

568. DEMOKRAT (w) 1883-1884 [?]. 
Editors: Peter Rupp. 

In German. 

569. EAU CLAIRE COUNTY HERALD (w) Sept. 24, 1953 to 
date. 

Title varies: Fall Creek Tribune, 1953-Mar. 1957. 
Editors: H. V. Albrecht. 

WHi complete. 

570. SUNDAY MORNING FORUM (w) 1891-1894. 
Editors: M. French. 

WE Jan. 3, 1892-July 9, 1893. 

571. EAU CLAIRE FREE PRESS (w) Sept. 23, 1858-Dec. 5, 
1901. 

WHi complete. 
WE complete. 

572. EAU CLAIRE FREE PRESS (d) Jan. 1, 1873-Dec. 7, 1901. 
Editors: Charles G. Patterson, 1858-May 1859; Gilbert E. Porter, May 1859-May 
1864; John B. and H. M. Stocking, June 1864-1869; James M. Brackett, 1870-1879; 
Charles L. James, 1879-1880; J. A. Whitmore, 1880-1881; Julius H. Keyes and 
James H. Waggoner, 1881-1887; Waggoner, 1887-Mar. 1890; H. C. Ashbaugh, Mar. 
1890-1901. 

Merged with Daily Telegram. 
WHi complete. 
WE complete. 

573. FREIE PRESSE (w) May 1873-1874 [?]. 

Published by Eau Claire Free Press. 
In German. 

574. GAZETTE (w) Feb. 26, 1885-July 15, 1898. 

Title varies: Workman's Gazette, 1885-Sept. 1896. 

Editors: George W. Williams, 1885-1891; George W. Gilkey, 1891-1895; Horace L. 
Whittier, 1895-May 1898; Whittier and A. J. Carmack, May-July 1898. 
WHi Oct. 2, 1896-July 15, 1898. 

575. EAU CLAIRE HERALD (w) Feb. 25-Dec. 1862. 
Editors: James C. Coon. 

576. HERALD (w) Apr. 3, 1869-Nov. 8, 1873. 
Published at Augusta: 1869-July 1873. 

Title varies: Augusta Herald, 1869-Mar. 1872. 

Editors: George W. Brown, 1869-Feb. 1873; J. M. Smith and Julius C. Chandler, 

Feb.-Nov. 1873. 

WHi Sept. 23, 1871-Nov. 8, 1873. 

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577. HEROLD (w) 1886-1917. 

Editors: Leopold Kortsch, 1886-1891; Joseph Weiss, 1891-1892; Weiss and J. J. 
Auer, 1892-1898; Auer, 1898-1917. 
In German. 

578. EAU CLAIRE WEEKLY LEADER (w) Apr. 27, 1881- 
1913. 

Title varies: Sunday Leader, Aug. 1892-1894. 

WHi May 16, 1889-Aug. 12, 1894; Mar. 30, 1895-June 24, 1905. 

579. EAU CLAIRE LEADER (d) Apr. 27, 1881 to date. 
Editors: W. H. Lamb, 1881-1882; E. M. Bartlett, 1882-Nov. 1884; A. W. Saunders 
and A. J. Stone, Nov. 1884-Nov. 1885; William K. Atkinson, Nov. 1885-1922; Percy 
C. Atkinson, 1922-1941; M. B. Atkinson, 1941 to date. 

WHi July 24, 1883-Nov. 28, 1885; Nov. 23, 1905 to date. 
WE Jan. 1896-Dec. 1947. 

580. EAU CLAIRE NEWS (w) Oct. 23, 1869-Dec. 2, 1892. 
Title varies: Chippewa Valley News, 1869-Mav 1875. 

WHi May 15, 1875-Dec. 2, 1892. 

581. EAU CLAIRE DAILY NEWS (d) Aug. 1884-1892 [?]. 
Editors: Flavius J. Mills, 1869-1870; George O. Mills and R. H. Copeland, 1871- 
1875; Mills and Sylvester S. Kepler, 1875-May 1881; Kepler, May 1881-1887; Kepler 
and Fred W. Pauly, 1887-May 1889; Fred W. and M. A. Pauly, May 1889-1892. 

WHi Aug. 30-Nov. 15, 1884. 

582. EAU CLAIRE NEWS (w) Mar. 19, 1937-1940 [?]. 

Title varies: Chippewa Valley Commonwealth- Advocate, Mar.-Sept. 1937; Eau 
Claire Advocate, Sept. 1937-Oct. 1938. 

Editors: Richard Pugh, Mar.-Sept. 1937; Ivan D. Long, Sept.-Dec. 1937; Reuben 
E. Strand, Dec. 1937-Aug. 1938; Frank W. Yambrick, Aug. 1938-Sept. 1939; Val T. 
Kuechenmeister, Oct. 1939-1940. 

WHi Mar. 19, 1937-Jan. 4, 1940. 

583. PROGRESS (w) 1886-1889 [?]. 

Editors: Beckman and Jackson. 

584. REFORM (w) Feb. 9, 1886-Dec. 1941. 

Title varies: Arbeideren, 1886-July 1888. 

Editors: Ole B. Olsen, 1886-1903; Waldemar T. Ager, 1903-1941. 

In Norwegian. 

WHi Oct. 29, 1895-Aug. 4, 1896. 

WE Jan. 1901-Dec. 1941. 

IaDeL July 23, 1889-Dec. 1937. 

585. SUNDAY SENTINEL (w) June 27, 1883-1884. 
Editors: C. C. Knapping. 

586. WEEKLY TELEGRAM (w) Dec. 16, 1894-1906. 
WE Sept. 1, 1898-Dec. 29, 1905. 

587. DAILY TELEGRAM (d) Dec. 16, 1894 to date. 

Editors: William Irving, 1894-1895; William P. Welch and Charles W. Fiske, 

1895-1913; Fiske, 1913-May 1929. 

Published by Eau Claire Leader: May 1929 to date. 

WHi Feb. 3, 1895-Oct. 31, 1937; Jan. 1, 1951 to date. 

WE Jan. 1896-Dec. 1897; Jan. 1903-Dec. 1905; Jan. 1944 to date. 

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588. EAU CLAIRE CITY TELEGRAPH (w) May 25, 1857- 
Mar. 3, 1859. 

Editors: Arthur W. and Joseph Delany. 
Merged with Eau Claire Free Press. 

589. TIDNING (w) 1883-1886[?]. 

Editors: Emil Hirsch. 
In Swedish. 

590. EAU CLAIRE TIMES (w) May 16, 1857-Jan. 2, 1858. 
Editors: Newton D. Spencer. 

Merged with Eau Claire City Telegraph. 

591. WEST EAU CLAIRE ARGUS (w) Nov. 9, 1865-June 
1869. 

Editors: R. H. Copeland. 

Followed by Chippewa Valley News. 

WHi Dec. 14, 1865-Dec. 23, 1868. 

592. WESTERN TRIBUNE (w) May 1879-Apr. 1880. 
Editors: C. S. Ellison. 

Merged with Eau Claire Free Press. 

WORKMAN'S GAZETTE, see Gazette. 



FAIRCHILD 

593. FAIRCHILD GRAPHIC (w) June 1890-Oct. 21, 1895. 
Title varies: Friday Evening Post (Black River Falls), 1890- [?]. 

Editors: Ellis Rogers. 

594. FAIRCHILD OBSERVER (w) Dec. 23, 1897-Oct. 10, 
1918. 

Editors: W. E. Forbes and James E. Pratt, 1897-1900; Pratt and Robert Ewald, 
1900-1903; C. C. Nettlesheim, 1903-1904; A. C. Harmon, 1904-May 1906; Jessie K. 
Harmon, May 1906-May 1907; Richard B. Swarthout, May 1907-1915; Christopher 
Aanstad, 1915-1918. 

WHi Aug. 3, 1905-Oct. 10, 1918. 

595. FAIRCHILD OBSERVER (w) Jan. 13-Mar. 10, 1927. 
Editors: Mrs. H. W. Shaw. 

WHi complete. 



FALL CREEK 

596. FALL CREEK JOURNAL (w) Dec. 21, 1910-Feb. 22, 

1918. l ' 

Title varies: Fall Creek Cultivator, 1910-Aug. 1914; Eau Claire County Journal. 

Sept. 1914-1916. 

Editors: Walter J. Brueske. 

WHi Dec. 24, 1915-Feb. 22, 1918. 

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597. FALL CREEK JOURNAL (w) Jan. 13-Mar. 10, 1927. 
Editors: G. H. Muenchow. 

WHi complete. 

598. FALL CREEK TIMES (w) Dec. 3, 1931-Apr. (3, 1933. 
Editors: Walter J. Brueske. 

FALL CREEK TRIBUNE, see Eau Claire County Herald 
(Eau Claire). 



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FLORENCE 

599. FLORENCE MINING NEWS (w) Jan. 1881 to date. 

Editors: James F. Atkinson, 1881-1882; Claude M. Atkinson, Jan.-May 1883; Chase 
S. Osborn and James I. Toner, May 1883-May 1884; Osborn, May 1884-Apr. 1887; 
George C. Youngs and Henry C. Campbell, Apr. 1887-Aug. 1888; George C. and 
Fred M. Youngs, Aug. 1888-Feb. 1904; George C. and Chase O. Youngs, Feb. 1904- 
1914; Chase O. Youngs, 1915 to date. 
WHi Dec. 3, 1881 to date. 



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BRANDON 

600. BRANDON TIMES (w) July 9, 1865 to date. 

Editors: George M. West, 1865-Nov. 1871; Martin C. Short, Nov. 1871-Mar. 1894; 
Ida J. Yorty, Apr. 1894-Dec. 1896; R. W. Woolverton, Dec. 1896-1897; Martin C. 
Short, Jr., 1898-July 1899; Yorty and R. Jenkinson, Aug. 1899-June 1919; Jenkin- 
son, June 1919-June 1920; George A. Moormann, June 1920-May 1923; Clarence 
A. Forbes, June 1923-Oct. 1925; Gordon Hamley, Nov. 1925 to date. 
WHi Mar. 9, 1867 to date. 



CAMPBELLSPORT 

601. CAMPBELLSPORT NEWS (w) 1903 to date. 

Editors: Charles E. Broughton, 1903-1907; W. C. Oviatt, 1907-Apr. 1910; W. J. 
Sullivan, May 1910-1936; Harlow L. Roate, 1936 to date. 

WHi June 11, 1908-Sept. 7, 1916; Jan. 29, 1948 to date. 

602. TWIN VILLAGE NEWS (w) 1898-1902 [?]. 

Editors: G. W. Johnson. 



FAIRWATER 

603. FAIRWATER REGISTER (w) Apr. 24, 1903-1905. 

Editors: Elmer L. Howe. 

WHi Apr. 24, 1903-July 1, 1904. 



FOND DU LAC 

604. AUS DER HEIMAT (w) 1886-1887 [?]. 

Editors: Charles A. Bruederle. 
In German. 

605. DAILY BULLETIN (d) 1905-1908 [?]. 
Editors: F. E. Edwards and W. E. Smith. 

Merged with Fond du Lac Daily Reporter. 

606. FOND DU LAC COMMERCIAL (w) 1897-1903 [?]. 
Editors: William F. Weber. 

Merged with Daily Commonwealth. 

607. FOND DU LAC COMMONWEALTH (w) Nov. 9, 1852 
1920. 

Title varies: Fountain City Herald, 1852-Sept. 1856. 
WHi Nov. 9, 1852-Dec. 25, 1902. 
WF Nov. 9, 1852-Oct. 24, 1854. 

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608. FOND DU LAC COMMONWEALTH-REPORTER (d) 

Sept. 8, 1866-June 20, 1868; Aug. 22, 1870 to date. 

Title varies: Daily Commonwealth, 1866-Sept. 1926. 

Editors: Royal Buck, 1852-Sept. 1856; J. A. Smith, Sept. 1856-Apr. 1859; Thomas 
Bryant, Apr. 1859-Oct. 1860; Bryant and Smith, Oct. 1860-Sept. 1861; Smith, Oct. 
1861-Aug. 1869; Jerome A. Watrous, Aug. 1869-Aug. 1871; Watrous and Howard 
M. Kutchin, Aug. 1871-Apr. 1877; Kutchin, Apr. 1877-Feb. 1885; P. B. Haber, Feb. 
1885-1891; A. T. Glaze, 1891-1894; Nicholas Smith, 1894-1899; E. M. Jenison, 
1899-Sept. 1926; Charles F. Coffman, Sept. 1926 to date. 

WHi Sept. 8, 1866-June 20, 1868; Feb. 26, 1872-Sept. 20, 1899; Feb. 27, 

1902 to date. 

WF Sept. 8, 1866-June 20, 1868; Feb. 26, 1872-Sept. 20, 1899; Oct. 1, 

1910-Dec. 31, 1913; Oct. 1, 1926 to date. 

609. DAHEIM (w) Oct. 1884-Aug. 4, 1918. 

Published by Nordwestlicher Courier. 
In German. 

WHi Nov. 25, 1917-Aug. 4, 1918. 

610. FOND DU LAC DEMOCRAT (w) 1867-1868 [?]. 

611. DEMOCRATIC PRESS (w) May 29, 1858-Nov. 3, 1866. 
Editors: Samuel M. and V. B. Smead, 1858-1859; Samuel M. Smead, 1859-Nov. 
1861; Timothy F. Strong, Jr., Nov. 1861-May 1862; Edward Beeson, June 1862- 
Jan. 1864; Alfred P. Swineford, Jan. 1864-1866. 

612. DEMOKRAT (w) 1880-1885 [?]. 
Editors: Peter Rupp and P. F. Warus. 

In German. 

613. DEUTSCHE VOLKSZEITUNG (w) 1888-1890 [?]. 
In German. 

614. FOUNTAIN CITY (w) Nov. 12, 1844-Apr. 23, 1851. 
Published at Green Bay: 1844-1847. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Republican, 1844-July 1850. 
Editors: Samuel Ryan, Jr. 
Followed by Patriot. 

FOUNTAIN CITY HERALD, see Fond du Lac Common- 
wealth. 

615. FOUNTAIN CITY DAILY HERALD (d) July 25, 1854- 
Sept. 2, 1856. 

Editors: Royal Buck. 

WHi July 25-Oct. 20, 1854; Mar. 31-Sept. 2, 1856. 

616. FREI VOLKS PRESSE (w) Oct. 1, 1878-Oct. 1879. 
Editors: Charles A. Bruederle and T. C. Kumlau. 

In German. 

617. FOND DU LAC GAZETTE (w) 1886-1887 [?]. 
Editors: James L. Thwing. 

81 



618. FOND DU LAC JOURNAL (w) Oct. 1, 1846-June 15, 
1853. 

Editors: John O. Henning and Eli Hooker, 1846-Mar. 1847; Edward Beeson, Mar. 
1847-Mar. 1849; John A. Eastman and Alfred A. White, Mar -Oct. 1849; Eastman 
and Beeson, Oct. 1849-May 1851; Beeson, June 1851-1853. 
Merged with National Democrat. 

WHi complete. 

WF complete. 

619. FOND DU LAC JOURNAL (w) Feb. 21, 1857-May 22, 
1858. 

Editors: John J. Beeson and Van B. Smead, Feb.-May 1857; Smead, May 1857- 

1858. 

Merged with Fond du Lac Union. 

WHi Feb. 21-Oct. 10, 1857. 

620. FOND DU LAC JOURNAL (w) May 2, 1867-June 1894. 
Editors: Edward Beeson, 1867-Dec. 1870; Beeson and Michael Bohan, Dec. 1870- 
Nov. 1871; Bohan, Nov. 1871-Sept. 1873; Timothy F. Strong and James Russell, 
Sept. 1873-Nov. 1874; Russell, Nov. 1874-Aug. 1880; Edward and E. B. Beeson, 
Aug. 1880-1892; Jacob R. Bloom, 1892-1894. 

Merged with Saturday Reporter. 

WHi May 2, 1867-Feb. 22, 1872; Sept. 25, 1873-Dec. 29, 1892. 
WF May 2, 1867-Feb. 22, 1872; Sept. 25, 1873-Dec. 29, 1892. 

621. NATIONAL DEMOCRAT (w) Apr. 30, 1851-June 23, 
1853. 

Title varies: Patriot, 1851-Jan. 1852. 

Editors: John D. Hyman, 1851-Jan. 1852; Amos Reed, Jan. 1852-1853. 

Merged with Fond du Lac Journal. 

622. FOND DU LAC NEWS (w) 1898-1902 [?]. 

Editors: William F. Weber. 

623. NORDWESTLICHER COURIER (w) May 4, 1871-1920. 

Editors: Carl Haas, 1871-May 1875; Frank Haas, May 1875-Apr. 1878; William F. 
Weber, Apr. 1878-1920. 
In German. 

WHi Jan. 29, 1874-Oct. 14, 1875. 

PATRIOT, see National Democrat. 

PEOPLE'S CHAMPION, see under Appleton. 

624. DAILY FOND DU LAC PRESS (d) Feb. 7, 1865-Nov. 3, 
1866. 

Editors: Alfred P. and James Swineford. 
WHi Sept. 25-Nov. 3, 1866. 

625. REFORM (w) 1865-1869 [?]. 

Editors: D. Klintworth. 

626. SATURDAY REPORTER (w) Aug. 25, 1860-1913. 

WHi Jan. 26, 1861-Jan. 5, 1889. 
WF Aug. 23, 1862-Dec. 27, 1879. 

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627. FOND DU LAC DAILY REPORTER (d) Mar. 1883- 
Sept. 30, 1926. 

Editors: John J. Beeson, 1860-Nov. 1873; James L. Thwing and H. R. Farnum, 
Nov. 1873-July 1875; Thwing and C. D. Pillsbury, July 1875-Sept. 1878; Thwing, 
Sept. 1878-1882; Thwing and Louis A. Lange, 1883-1884; Lange, 1885-1917; 
Charles F. Coffman, 1917-1926. 
Merged with Daily Commonwealth. 

WHi June 8, 1894-Sept. 30, 1926. 

WF June 8, 1894-Sept. 30, 1926. 

TRIBUN, see under Sheboygan. 

628. FOND DU LAC UNION (w) June 24, 1853-May 20, 1858. 
Editors: M. J. Thomas and Edward Beeson, 1853-June 1854; Thomas and Andrew 
J. Reed, July 1854-Feb. 1856; Thomas, Feb. 1856-Jan. 1858; Augustus L. Smith, 
Jan.-May 1858. 

Followed by Democratic Press. 
WHi complete. 
WF June 24, 1853-June 14, 1855. 

629. VOLKSZEITUNG (w) 1878-1879 [?]. 
Editors: Charles A. Bruederle. 

In German. 

630. VOLKSZEITUNG (w) 1886-1887 [?]. 
In German. 

631. WESTERN FREEMAN (w) Oct. 1853-Sept. 3, 1856. 
Published at Sheboygan Falls: 1853-Sept. 1854. 

Title varies: Free Press, 1853-Sept. 1854. 

Editors: J. A. Smith. 

Merged with Fountain City Herald. 

WHi Dec. 6, 1854-Sept. 3, 1856. 

WF Jan. 3-Dec. 26, 1855. 

632. FOND DU LAC WHIG (w) Dec. 14, 1846-Nov. 22, 1847. 
Editors: James M. Gillett. 

WHi complete. 

WISCONSIN REPUBLICAN, see Fountain City. 

633. FOND DU LAC ZEITUNG (w) Dec. 1860-1861 [?]. 
Editors: Theodore Friedlander. 

In German. 



OAKFIELD 

634. OAKFIELD EAGLE (w) 1900-1908 [?] 

Editors: Ernest D. Susan. 



635. OAKFIELD HERALD (w) 1910-1913 [?]. 
Editors: F. C. Klebs. 

636. OAKFIELD HERALD (w) 1928-1937 [?]. 
Editors: Walter Cox, 1928-1929; T. A. Cummings, 1929-1937. 

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RIPON 

637. RIPON ADVANCE (w) 1894-Nov. 18, 1896. 
Editors: R. L. Morse and C. H. Dunbar. 

Merged with Ripon Free Press. 

RIPON ADVANCE-PRESS, see Ripon Weekly Press. 

638. RIPON ADVERTISER (w) 1863-1864[?]. 
Editors: C. P. Swain. 

639. RIPON ADVERTISER (w) Sept. 2, 191 1-1912 [?] . 

Editors: Russell L. Howe. 

640. RIPON COMMONWEALTH (w) Jan. 22, 1864 to date. 
Editors: J. A. Smith and A. T. Glaze, 1864-Feb. 1867; Glaze, Feb. 1867-Apr. 1874; 
N. H. Bailhache, Apr. 1874-Oct. 1875; Edward L. Scofield, Oct. 1875-1881; George 
D. Herron, 1882-1883; John C. and A. E. Thompson, 1883-Sept. 1884; Clarence H. 
Ellsworth and A. C. Harmon, Sept. 1884-June 1889; Ellsworth, July 1889-Nov. 
1910; Ellsworth and O. A. Luck, Nov. 1910-June 1917; Luck, July 1917-Mar. 1920; 
Luck and Charles J. Inversetti, Apr. 1920-1945; Inversetti, 1946 to date. 

WHi Jan. 22, 1864-Dec. 28, 1866; July 29, 1887-Jan. 12, 1940; Jan. 2, 
1942 to date. 

641. DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG (w) 1899-1904[?]. 
Editors: William F. Weber. 

In German. 

RIPON FREE PRESS, see Ripon Weekly Press. 

642. RIPON HERALD (w) Dec. 14, 1853-July 28, 1855. 

Editors: Addison P. Mapes and Irving D. Root, 1853-Apr. 1854; Mapes, Apr -Nov. 
1854; Clarence J. Allen, Nov. 1854-1855. 
Followed by Ripon Spur. 

WHi Dec. 21, 1853-July 28, 1855. 

643. RIPON HOME (w) Aug. 4, 1855-Aug. 12, 1857. 

Title varies: Ripon Spur, 1855-Oct. 1856. 

Editors: E. L. Runals, 1855-Jan. 1857; James V. Fitch, Jan.-May 1857; N. W. 

Fuller and George W. Parker, May-Aug. 1857. 

Followed by Western Times. 

WHi Aug. 4, 1855-Apr. 4, 1856; Jan. 9-Aug. 12, 1857. 

644. OPEN DOOR (m) 1871-1872 [?]. 

Editors: Olmsted and Anstead. 

645. RIPON PILOT (sm) 1868-1869 [?]. 
Editors: A. T. Glaze. 

646. DAILY POST (d) June 1, 1881-1882 [?] . 

Editors: George D. Herron. 

647. RIPON POST (w) 1885-1886 [?]. 

Editors: William F. Weber. 
In German. 

84 



648. PRAIRIE CITY LOCAL (w) 1869-1870 [?]. 
Editors: H. B. Baker. 

649. PRAIRIE CITY RECORD (w) May 7-Dec. 24, 1863. 
Editors: Nelson Bowerman. 

Followed by Ripon Commonwealth. 

WHi May 14-Dec. 24, 1863. 

650. RIPON WEEKLY PRESS (sw, w) Apr. 1870-Dec. 25, 
1884; Aug. 1, 1885-Apr. 18, 1957. 

Title varies: Ripon Free Press, 1870-Nov. 1896; Ripon Advance -Press, Nov. 1896- 
Apr. 1900. 

Editors: George C. Duffie, 1870-Mar. 1874; T. D. Stone, Mar. 1874-Nov. 1889; W. 
B. Hazeltine, Dec. 1889-Jan. 1891; E. H. Merrell, Jan. 1891-1894; E. S. Knox and 
William E. Glover, 1895-Nov. 1896; R. L. Morse and C. H. Dunbar, Nov. 1896- 
Oct. 1897; Morse, Oct. 1897-Jan. 1898; Elmer L. Howe, Jan. 1898-1915; Randall E. 
Howe, 1915-1934; R. S. Howe, 1934-1942; Russell L. Howe, 1942-Sept. 1953; Law- 
rence F. Jones, Sept. 1953-1957. 

WHi Jan. 7, 1875-Dec. 25, 1884; Aug. 1, 1885-Apr. 18, 1957. 

651. RIPON SEMI-WEEKLY PRESS (sw) Dec. 4, 1905-Feb. 28, 
1908. 

Editors: Elmer L. Howe. 

WHi complete. 

652. RIPON REPRESENTATIVE (w) Aug. 30, 1866-1867 [?]. 
Editors: George W. Peck. 

653. RIPON REPUBLICAN (w) Jan. 8-July 25, 1885. 
Editors: Ira C. Edwards. 

WHi complete. 

RIPON SPUR, see Ripon Home. 

654. RIPON STAR (w) Mar. 31-May 12, 1857; Jan. 1859-Nov. 
1861; Mar.-Dec. 1862. 

Editors: T. J. Mapes, 1857; Addison P. Mapes, 1859-1862. 
WHi Mar. 31-May 12, 1857. 

655. STONE'S FREE PRESS (d) May 28-July 29, 1885. 
Editors: T. D. Stone. 

WHi complete. 

656. RIPON WEEKLY TIMES (w) Oct. 30, 1857-Apr. 17, 
1863. 

Title varies: Western Times, 1857-1858. 

Editors: G. B. Christy and G. W. Fishier, Nov.-Dec. 1857; George W. Parker, 1858; 

Clarence J. Allen, Jan.-Nov. 1859; Allen and George Burnside, Nov. 1859-July 

1861; Nelson Bowerman, July 1861-1863. 

Followed by Prairie City Record. 

WHi Oct. 30, 1857-Aug. 27, 1858; Apr. 29, 1859-Apr. 17, 1863. 

657. RIPON TIMES (w) June 18, 1901-1902[?]. 
Editors: Elmer L. Howe. 

WHi June 18-Aug. 6, 1901. 

WESTERN TIMES, see Ripon Weekly Times. 

85 



ROSENDALE 

658. ROSENDALE JOURNAL (w) May 15, 1903-1918. 

Editors: Elmer L. Howe. 

WHi May 15, 1903-July 1, 1904. 



WAUPUN 
WAUPUN DEMOCRAT, see Waupun News. 

659. WAUPUN WEEKLY ITEM (m, w) Aug. 1858-Sept. 1861. 
Title varies: Euen's Prison City Item, 1858-June 1861. 

Editors: William Euen. 

WHi Aug. 1858-Aug. 14, 1861. 

660. WAUPUN LEADER-NEWS (w, sw) Aug. 28, 1866 to date. 
Title varies: Prison City Leader, 1866-Sept. 1870; Waupun Leader, Sept. 1870- 
Jan. 1929. 

Editors: J. W. Oliver and Martin C. Short, 1866-Oct. 1871; J. W. and R. H. Oliver, 
Oct. 1871-1902; R. H. Oliver, 1903-July 1908; Wilford A. Sanborn, July 1908-July 
1916; A. P. Andrews, July 1916-1923; J. Earl Fladeland, Jan.-Oct. 1924; George W. 
Greene, Oct. 1924 to date. 

WHi Dec. 19, 1866 to date. 

661. LITTLE BADGER (w) Feb. 18, 1860-1861 [?]. 
Editors: S. H. Salverda. 

WHi Feb. 18-Mar. 17, 1860. 

662. WAUPUN NEWS (w) Mar. 9, 1900-Jan. 31, 1929. 
Title varies: Waupn Democrat, 1900-Feb. 1923. 

Editors: William A. Wells, 1900-Sept. 1901; W. D. Powell and Wilford A. San- 
born, Oct. 1901-May 1908; Powell, May 1908-1910; H. B. Hubbell and William F. 
Spiering, 1911-Feb. 1913; Adelaide King, Feb. 1913-May 1923; D. V. Nickerson and 
Gordon Hamley, May-Aug. 1923; Hamley, Sept. 1923-Aug. 1925; George W. 
Greene, Aug. 1925-1929. 
Merged with Waupun Leader. 

WHi Oct. 12, 1901-June 24, 1926. 

WOC Oct. 12, 1901-June 24, 1926. 

PRISON CITY LEADER, see Waupun Leader-News. 

663. WAUPUN TIMES (sw, w) Sept. 17, 1857-Feb. 10, 1903. 

Editors: J. H. Brinkerhoff, 1857-July 1860; Brinkerhoff and George E. Jennings, 
July 1860-1865; D. A. Wagner, 1865-1866; Eli Hooker, 1866-Sept. 1867; John R. 
Decker, Sept. 1867-Sept. 1868; Philip M. Pryor, Sept. 1868-July 1880; Eli and 
Culver E. Hooker, July 1880-Apr. 1894; Cassius L. Coward, May 1894-Apr. 1897; 
Adelaide King, May 1897-1901; John R. Putnam, 1902-1903. 

WHi Sept. 17, 1857-Sept. 26, 1860; June 7, 1861-May 27, 1862; Oct. 4, 

1870-Sept. 24, 1872; Jan. 13, 1874-Feb. 10, 1903. 

664. WARE BURGER (w) Jan.-Oct. 4, 1859. 
Published at Holland: Jan.-Sept. 1859. 

Editors: C. G. Van Altena and S. H. Salverda. 
In Dutch. 

WHi Sept. 13-Oct. 4, 1859. 

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Forest County 



CRANDON 

665. FOREST COUNTY NEWS (w) 1927-1933 [?]. 

Editors: L. M. Wicklander, 1927-1931; J. R. Lowell, 1931-1932; H. F. Pueschner, 
1932-1933. 

666. FOREST COUNTY TRIBUNE (w) 1916-1939. 

Editors: J. W. Shanahan, 1916-1918; T. B. Guthrie, 1918-1920; C. B. Boulet and 
John Kennedy, 1920-1921; P. F. Van Opens, 1921-1939. 

667. FOREST ECHO (w) Aug. 28, 1906-1915. 

Editors: Fred Smith, 1906-Sept. 1907; Edward Laird, Sept. 1907-Aug. 1908; D. L. 
Stinchfield, Aug. 1908-1915. 

WHi Aug. 28, 1906-Dec. 25, 1914. 

FOREST LEAVES, see under North Crandon. 

668. FOREST REPUBLICAN (w) Oct. 14, 1886 to date. 
Editors: Samuel Shaw, 1886-1906; J. H. Brady, 1906-1909; Frank H. Brady, 1909- 
1917; Harold E. Brady, 1917-1924; C. J. Hansen, 1924-1925; Herman L. Kron- 
schnabl, 1925-1940; Jack Kronschnabl, 1940 to date. 

WHi Oct. 14, 1886-Dec. 28, 1905; Mar. 16, 1944 to date. 



LAONA 



669. LAONA CHIEF (w) 1907-1909 [?]. 

Editors: Chief Pub. Co. 



NORTH CRANDON 

670. FOREST LEAVES (w) Apr. 8, 1885-1912. 
Published at Crandon: 1885-Aug. 1891. 

Published at Three Lakes: Sept. 1891-1897. 

Editors: Samuel Shaw, 1885-Oct. 1886; M. A. Fay, Oct. 1886-1888; Mrs. M. A. Fay, 
1888-Nov. 1889; William J. Neu, Nov. 1889-1908; H. L. Roe, 1908-1912. 
WHi Apr. 8, 1885-Aug. 20, 1891; Jan. 13-Aug. 25, 1898. 

671. NORTHERN CITIZEN (w) Jan. 1911-1918. 
Editors: Henry S. Anderson. 

WHi Dec. 8, 1911-Apr. 12, 1918. 

672. NORTH CRANDON REPORTER (w) Sept. 1892-Tuly 
1893. 

Editors: I. G. Champion, 1892-Feb. 1893; L. M. Sylvester, Feb.-July 1893. 
WHi Jan. 26-June 29, 1893. 

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WABENO 

673. NORTHERN WISCONSIN ADVERTISER (w) 1898- 

1934[?]. 

Editors: Cordial G. Himley, 1898-1903; John E. Himley, 1903-1924; R. L. Cook, 
1924-1925; J. W. Norris, 1925-1931; A. J. Fehrenbach, 1931-1933; Norris, 1933- 
1934. J 



88 



Grant County 



BLOOMINGTON 

674. BLOOMINGTON RECORD (w) July 15, 1880 to date. 
Title varies: West Grant Record, Sept. 1881-Aug. 1882. 

Editors: Charles J. Glasier, 1880-Sept. 1881; Castello N. Holford, Sept. 1881-1882; 
L. C. McKenney, 1883-Sept. 1886; Ernest Brooks, Sept. 1886-1900; Harry C. Craig, 
1901-Feb. 1905; A. C. Bishop, Feb. 1905-Mar. 1929; Charles E. Stowe and Orla P. 
Vaughan, Mar. 1929-1931; W. D. Vaughan, 1931-July 1935; C. J. Slaats, Aug. 1935- 
1951; Leonard L. Pritchett, 1952 to date. 
Publisher's files destroyed: 1880-1896. 

WHi July 29, 1880-Dec. 14, 1882; Aug. 5, 1897 to date. 

675. REVEALER (w) July 31, 1894-1895. 
Editors: W. H. Holford. 

WHi Aug. 28-Oct. 30, 1894. 

676. WEST GRANT ADVOCATE (w) June 18, 1873-Sept. 9, 
1874. 

Editors: Castello N. Holford. 
Followed by Grant County Advocate (Lancaster) . 
WHi complete. 



BLUE RIVER 

677. BLUE RIVER INFORMER (w) 1912-1921 [?]. 

Editors: J. E. Rockhill, 1912-1919; F. J. Broadbent, 1919-1921. 



BOSCOBEL 
BOSCOBEL APPEAL, see Boscobel Journal 

678. BOSCOBEL BROAD-AXE (w) Dec. 18, 1862-May 31, 
1866. 

Title varies: Boscobellian, Dec. 1862; National Broad- Axe, Dec. 1862-July 1864; 
Boscobel Hatchet, July 1864. 

Editors: L. R. Train and L. M. Andrews, 1862-Aug. 1863; Train, Sept. 1863-Feb. 
1864; Train and Nelson B. Moody, Mar-July 1864; Moody and Samuel S. Train, 
July 1864-Oct. 1865; Samuel S. Train, Oct. 1865-1866. 
WHi June 25, 1863-May 31, 1866. 

679. BOSCOBEL WEEKLY DEMOCRAT (w) Dec. 1859-1860. 
Editors: George W. Limbocker and A. J. Partridge. 

Followed by Boscobel Express. 

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680. BOSCOBEL DIAL (w) Dec. 25, 1872 to date. 

Title varies: Dial-Enterprise, Oct. 1895-Aug. 1919. 

Editors: John and C. B. Walworth, 1872-1873; Iden L. Stuart and C. Burton, 
1874-Sept. 1875; H. D. Farquharson, Sept. 1875-1881; Louis P. Lesler, 1882-May 
1883; Mrs. L. P. Lesler, June 1883-Jan. 1888; George W. Goldsmith and L. C. 
McKenney, Jan. 1888-Apr. 1889; Goldsmith, Apr. 1889-May 1895; W. G. Palmer, 
May-Oct. 1895; Fred Meyer and Harlan Johnson, Oct. 1895-1899; Meyer, 1900- 
July 1903; John W. Blake, July 1903-Aug. 1908; Verne S. Pease, Aug. 1908-Dec. 
1909; Joseph Seftenberg and Orin L. Stinson, Dec. 1909-1910; Stinson, Jan.-Mar. 
1911; Harlan J. Johnson, Mar. 1911-June 1940; Mrs. H. J. Johnson, June 1940- 
1943; Mildred Lawrence, 1944-Jan. 1946; Henry E. Howe, Feb. 1946-June 1956; 
Ralph D. Goldsmith, June 1956 to date. 
WHi Dec. 26, 1873 to date. 

681. ENTERPRISE (w) May 1893-Oct. 9, 1895. 
Editors: Fred Meyer and Harlan J. Johnson. 

Merged with Boscobel Dial. 

WHi Jan. 3, 1894-Sept. 28, 1895. 

682. BOSCOBEL EXPRESS (w) Oct. 1860-Jan. 2, 1862. 
Editors: J. P. Hubbard and S. P. Dempsey, 1860-June 1861; Dempsey and Horace 
Norton, June 1861-1862. 

683. GRANT COUNTY LEADER (w) May 1892-May 1893. 
Editors: L. G. Blair. 

BOSCOBEL HATCHET, see Boscobel Broad-Axe. 

684. BOSCOBEL JOURNAL (w) Mar. 5, 1867-Sept. 16, 1870. 

Title varies: Boscobel Appeal, 1867-Feb. 1869. 

Editors: William H. Bennett, 1867-Oct. 1868; T. W. Bishop, Nov. 1868-1870. 
WHi complete. 

NATIONAL BROAD-AXE, see Boscobel Broad-Axe. 

685. BOSCOBEL SENTINEL (w) Dec. 19, 1900-Aug. 6, 1919. 
Editors: George W. Goldsmith, 1900-1905; Harry C. Craig, 1906-1909; Emil L. 
Sanger, 1909-1919. 

Merged with Boscobel Dial. 

WHi Jan. 30, 1901-Aug. 6, 1919. 



CASSVILLE 

686. CASSVILLE AMERICAN (w) Nov. 14, 1941 to date. 
Editors: Michael Angelo, 1941-Aug. 1942; John B. Simmons, Aug. 1942-Sept. 1946; 
Ralph Molm, Sept. 1946-1952; S. A. Bakke, 1953 to date. 

WHi complete. 

687. CASSVILLE CURRENT (w) 1885-1886 [?]. 
Editors: Walter W. Pollock. 

688. CASSVILLE INDEX (w) Mar. 8, 1888-Aug. 9, 1917. 
Editors: Charles A. DeWitt, 1888-Aug. 1889; John Foley, Aug. 1889-1917. 
Merged with Bloomington Record. 

WHi complete. 

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689. CASSVILLE RECORD (w) 1901-1924 [?]. 

Editors: J. M. Klauer, 1901-1912; Herbert J. Scheibl, 1912-1914; C. F. Budworth, 

1914-1916; Klauer, 1916-1924. 



CUBA CITY 

690. CUBA CITY HERALD (w) 1903-1905. 

Editors: Herman Gold and Thomas C. Snyder, 1903-Mar. 1904; Gold, Mar. 1904- 

1905. 

Merged with Cuba City Nezus. 

691. CUBA CITY NEWS-HERALD (w) Sept. 21, 1894 to date. 
Title varies: Cuba City News, 1894-1905. 

Editors: Thomas C. Snyder, 1894-Sept. 1902; William H. Goldthorpe, Sept. 1902 
to date. 

WHi Sept. 23, 1943 to date. 



FENNIMORE 

692. FENNIMORE INDEPENDENT (w) 1880-1882 [?]. 
Editors: Jay Lewis. 

693. FENNIMORE JOURNAL (w) 1944 to date. 
Editors: Harry A. Thompson. 

WHi Apr. 29, 1954 to date. 

694. FENNIMORE TIMES (w) Sept. 6, 1889 to date. 
Title varies: Times-Review, May 1893-1900. 

Editors: Elmer L. Howe, 1889-Mar. 1893; Howe and Henry E. Roethe, Mar. 1893- 
1894; Roethe, 1894-Dec. 1900; Henry E. and Edward J. Roethe, Dec. 1900-1939; 
Edward J. Roethe, 1939-1951; Charles and Donald Roethe, 1951 to date. 
WHi Oct. 2, 1895 to date. 



HAZEL GREEN 

695. HAZEL GREEN TRIBUNE-REPORTER (w) 1914-1919. 

Title varies: Hazel Green Tribune, 1914-1915. 
Published by Cuba City News-Herald. 



LANCASTER 

696. GRANT COUNTY ADVOCATE (w) Oct. 14, 1874-Dec. 
19, 1877. 

Editors: Castello N. Holford and P. Bartley, 1874-May 1875; A. Reifsteck, May 

1875-1877. 

Merged with Grant County Argus. 

WHi Jan. 13, 1875-Dec. 19, 1877. 

697. GRANT COUNTY ARGUS (w) Tuly 31, 1876-Apr. 15, 
1878. 

Editors: Castello N. Holford. 
Merged with Grant County Gazette. 
WHi complete. 

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698. GRANT COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Oct. 7, 1870-Apr. 
28, 1873. 

Editors: R. B. Rice and T. W. Bishop, 1870-Aug. 1871; Rice, Aug. 1871-1873. 
WHi complete. 

GRANT COUNTY GAZETTE, see Inter-County Gazette 
(Prairie du Chien). 

699. GRANT COUNTY HERALD (w) Mar. 18, 1843 to date. 
Suspended: Apr -June 1849. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Herald, Oct. 1844-1849. 

Editors: L. O. Shrader and Charles Mallett, Mar .-June 1843; Mallett and H. A. 
Wiltse, July-Oct. 1843; J. D. Spalding, Oct. 1843-July 1845; Spalding and James 
M. Goodhue, Aug.-Sept. 1845; Goodhue, Sept. 1845-Apr. 1849; Jerome L. Marsh, 
June 1849-June 1851; Joseph C. Cover, June 1851-1877; Edward Pollock, 1878- 
1880; H. D. Farquharson, 1881-Jan. 1885; Walter G. Chandler, Jan. 1885-July 
1888; William B. Miner, July 1888-May 1892; Charles L. Harper, May 1892-1894; 
Clyde R. Showalter, 1895-Apr. 1900; Harlan J. Johnson, Apr. 1900-Oct. 1907; B. 
J. Lowrey, Nov. 1907-Apr. 1915; A. L. Sherman, Apr. 1915 to date. 

WHi Mar. 18, 1843-Apr. 1, 1849; Oct. 22, 1859-Nov. 17, 1863; May 22, 

1866-July 17, 1918; May 6, 1953 to date. 

700. GRANT COUNTY INDEPENDENT (w) Feb. 24, 1927 
to date. 

Title varies: Muscoda Leader-Press, 1927-Oct. 1935. 

Editors: Harvey W. Schermerhorn, 1927-1941; Harry C. Spears, 1941-Sept. 1944; 
Norman M. Clapp, Sept. 1944 to date. 
WHi Oct. 21, 1943 to date. 

GRANT COUNTY WITNESS, see Platteville Witness. 

701. LANCASTER REGISTER (w) Oct. 5-Dec. 1923. 
Editors: William J. Kurneman. 

702. LANCASTER REPORTER (w) 1 895-1896 [?]. 
Editors: Elmer L. Howe. 

703. LANCASTER TELLER (w) Feb. 17, 1883-Sept. 29, 1923. 
Editors: Edward Pollock, 1883-June 1915; A. H. Kessler, June 1915-Mar. 1918; 
C. M. Du Hamel, Apr. 1918-Feb. 1921; Samuel A. Cousley, Mar. 1921-1922; Robert 
P. Ahern, Jan.-Sept. 1923. 

WHi Feb. 17, 1883-May 16, 1923. 

WISCONSIN HERALD, see Grant County Herald. 



LIVINGSTON 

704. LIVINGSTON LEADER (w) 1924-Feb. 1927. 

Editors: Thomas C. Snyder, 1924-1925; Harvey M. Schermerhorn, 1925-1927. 



MONTFORT 

705. MONTFORT INDEPENDENT (w) Mar. 31, 1881-Apr. 

1882. 

Editors: William A. Thompson. 

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706. MONTFORT MAIL (w) Feb. 2, 1899 to date. 

Editors: W. H. Irvine and Rufus D. Quick, 1899-June 1901; Quick, June 1901- 
May 1954; Dennis Novinski, May 1954 to date. 
WHi complete. 

707. MONTFORT MONITOR (w) May 17, 1882-Feb. 1894. 
Editors: C. T. Stone, 1882-Nov. 1884; I. G. DeWitt and J. W. Taylor, Dec. 1884- 
1887; DeWitt, 1888-May 1890; W. B. Greene and A. R. Palmer, May 1890-June 
1891; John F. Streeter, June 1891-Sept. 1892; Abijah and Frank Bresee, Sept. 1892- 
1894. 

Followed by Belmont Bee. 

WHi May 17, 1882-Dec. 23, 1892. 

708. MONTFORT SENTINEL (w) 1881-1882 [?]. 
Editors: Joseph M. Conley. 

SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN, see under Linden. 



MUSCODA 

709. GRANT COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Oct. 1895- [an. 10, 
1919. 

Title varies: Muscoda Watchman, 1895-1904; Valley Voice, 1904-Jan. 1906. 
Editors: A. J. Hood, 1895-1903; Henry E. Howe, 1903-1905; William Victora, 
1905-Nov. 1906; L. M. Dixon, Nov. 1906-Nov. 1909; Dixon and Harry C. Craig, 
Nov. 1909-1911; Craig, 1912-1915; Edwin Williams, 1915-1919. 
Merged with Muscoda Progressive. 

WHi Oct. 18, 1906-Jan. 10, 1919. 

MUSCODA LEADER-PRESS, see Grant County Inde- 
pendent (Lancaster). 

710. MUSCODA NEWS (w) Dec. 19, 1874-1892. 
Suspended: May-Sept. 1877. 

Editors: H. W. Glasier and Charles H. Darlington, 1874-Jan. 1876; Darlington, 
Jan. 1876-1882; S. C. McDonald, 1882-1885; Donald McDonald, 1885-1892. 
WHi Dec. 19, 1874-Mar. 4, 1876; Jan. 18, 1879-Dec. 18, 1880. 

711. MUSCODA PROGRESSIVE (w) 1913 to date. 

Editors: William Victora, 1913-1926; Ellis A. Lee, 1926-1931; Carl E. Webb, 1931- 
May 1933; W. G. Barry, May 1933-1934; Frank E. Brown, 1935-June 1937; William 
W. Fuller, June 1937-1938; Kenneth Galer, 1938-1939; M. B. Victora, 1939-May 
1940; Paul Kratochwill, May 1940-Oct. 1950; Joseph F. Rut, Oct. 1950-July 1953; 
Warren Hill and Norman M. Clapp, July 1953-1955; Bruce Estlund, 1956 to date. 
WHi Jan. 16, 1919 to date. 

VALLEY VOICE, see Grant County Democrat. 

MUSCODA WATCHMAN, see Grant County Democrat. 



PLATTEVILLE 
712. CORRESPONDENT (w) Oct. 19, 1879-1885 [?]. 

Editors: Herman Melster. 
In German. 

93 



713. PLATTEVILLE EXAMINER (w) Dec. 17, 1857-June 10, 
1858. 

Editors: D. T. Lindley. 

WHi Feb. 11-May 27, 1858. 

GRANT COUNTY DEMOCRAT, see Grant County 

News. 

714. GRANT COUNTY NEWS (w) Sept. 26, 1884-July 31, 
1952. 

Title varies: Grant County Democrat, 1884-Jan. 1890. 

Editors: William H. Peck, 1884-May 1889; L. C. McKenney, May 1889-July 1894; 

Roy C. Huntington, July 1894-May 1896; W. L. Washburne, June 1896-May 1897; 

R. I. Dugdale, May 1897-1952. 

Merged with Platteville Journal. 

WHi July 16, 1885-Dec. 29, 1939; Jan. 1, 1942-July 31, 1952. 

GRANT COUNTY WITNESS, see Platteville Witness. 

715. INDEPENDENT AMERICAN (w) Jan. 11, 1845-Jan. 6, 
1849; Sept. 13, 1851-Oct. 23, 1857. 

Title varies: American, Jan. 1845. 

Editors: Jerome L. Marsh, 1845-Sept. 1854; Harlan M. Page, Oct. 1854-1857. 
Followed by Platteville Examiner. 
WHi complete. 

716. PLATTEVILLE JOURNAL (w) Feb. 25, 1899 to date. 
Editors: B. F. Huntington, 1899-July 1902; Roy C. Huntington, July 1902-1903; 
C. H. Gribble, 1904-Aug. 1933; H. A. Brockman, Sept. 1933 to date. 

WHi Sept. 18, 1912-June 15, 1938; Oct. 4, 1939 to date. 

717. MOUND CITY ADVOCATE (w) 1896-1897 [?]. 
Editors: Joseph M. Conley. 

718. NORTHERN BADGER (w) July 30, 1840-Sept. 1841. 
Editors: Thomas Eastman. 

Followed by Wisconsin Whig. 

719. PLATTEVILLE TIMES (w) Oct. 27, 1881-1883 [?]. 
Editors: William A. Thompson. 

720. WISCONSIN REGISTER (w) Apr. -May 1844. 
Editors: Charles Mallett. 

721. WISCONSIN WHIG (w) Sept. 22, 1841-1843. 

Editors: Alonzo Piatt, 1841-Aug. 1842; Jerome L. Marsh and L. C. McKenney, 
Aug. 1842-1843. 

722. WISKONSAN STANDARD (w) Aug. 4, 1843-1844[?]. 

723. PLATTEVILLE WITNESS (w) May 26, 1859-Dec. 29, 
1937. 

Published at Lancaster: Mar .-July 1859. 
Title varies: Grant County Witness, 1859-Feb. 1906. 

Editors: Israel Sanderson, 1859-May 1862; George K. Shaw and Daniel E. Bockius, 
May 1862-Oct. 1863; Shaw, Nov. 1863-Feb. 1867; Martin P. Rindlaub, Mar. 1867- 
1902; William M. Rindlaub, 1903-1937. 
WHi complete. 

94 



POTOSI 

724. GRANT COUNTY BULLETIN (w) 1908-1911 [?]. 
Editors: H. T. France. 

725. POTOSI NEWS (w) 1902-1903 [?]. 

726. POTOSI NEWS (w) 1921-1923 [?]. 
Editors: M. Rickey, 1921-1922; James A. Murphy, 1922-1923. 

727. POTOSI PILOT (w) 1882-1883 [?]. 
Editors: Willey Bros. 

728. POTOSI REPUBLICAN (w) May 27, 1847-Aug. 1852; 
May 1853-Aug. 14, 1855. 

Editors: John W. Barnfield, May-Sept. 1847; Lucien B. Leach, Sept. 1847-Aug. 
1848; James W. Seaton, Aug. 1848-Aug. 1852; Seaton and Edwin R. Paul, May 
1853-May 1855; Paul, May-Aug. 1855. 

WHi Sept. 2, 1847-Dec. 28, 1848; Apr. 29, 1854-Aug. 14, 1855. 

729. POTOSI SIGNAL (w) July 13-Dec. 1852. 
Editors: David and Robert McKee. 



95 



Green County 



ALBANY 

730. ALBANY HERALD (w) Nov. 1883 to date. 
Title varies: Albany Vindicator, 1883-1924. 

Editors: H. A. McChesney, 1883-1885; Osborne and Howard, 1885-May 1887; S. S. 
Hills and E. E. Atherton, May 1887-Mar. 1888; Atherton, Mar. 1888-July 1913; O. 
G. Briggs, July 1913-May 1930; J. F. Simpson, June-Sept. 1930; Thoral Reese, Sept. 
1930-Sept. 1933; Joseph N. Blackbourn, Sept. 1933-Apr. 1940; Ralph Molm, Apr. 
1940-Feb. 1946; Laurence L. Arnold, Feb. 1946-1949; Lester L. Arnold, 1950-Sept. 
1951; Stanton P. Steuri, Oct. 1951 to date. 
WHi Jan. 8, 1885 to date. 

731. ALBANY WEEKLY JOURNAL (w) Oct. 12, 1865-May 3, 
1866. 

Editors: C. W. Osgood and John E. Bartlett. 
WHi complete. 

732. ALBANY JOURNAL (w) June 1878-July 20, 1889; Oct. 
18, 1890-Oct. 31, 1891. 

Editors: Brundage and Bullock, June-Dec. 1878; John E. Bartlett, 1879-July 1889; 
A. W. Thorp, Oct. 1890-1891. 

WHi Feb. 12, 1879-July 20, 1889; Oct. 18, 1890-Oct. 31, 1891. 

733. ALBANY JOURNAL (w) Nov. 7, 1895-Feb. 27, 1896. 
Editors: C. R. Marks. 

Followed by Waunakee News. 
WHi complete. 

734. ALBANY TIMES (w) June 1858-Aug. 1862. 

Editors: I. S. Dexter and Yates T. Lacey, 1858-Apr. 1860; Joseph Baker, Apr. 1860- 
Apr. 1861; Dexter and Gustave Klaesy, Apr. 1861-1862. 
Followed by Albany Weekly Journal. 

ALBANY VINDICATOR, see Albany Herald. 



BRODHEAD 

735. BUSY CITIZEN (w) May 1893-Dec. 29, 1898. 
Editors: Albert E. Pauley. 

WHi Oct. 10, 1893-Dec. 29, 1898. 

736. INDEPENDENT-REGISTER (w) Mar. 1, 1860 to date. 
Title varies: Brodhead Independent, 1860-July 1909. 

Editors: I. F. Mack, 1860-1866; I. F. Mack, Jr., 1866-Nov. 1868; D. W. Tyrrell and 
E. O. Kimberly, Nov. 1868-Nov. 1869; Kimberly, Nov. 1869-July 1873; Willis J. 
Stone and Charles M. Morse, July 1873-July 1875; Kimberly, July 1875-Oct. 1878; 
Burr Sprague, Oct. 1878-May 1879; Edwin A. Charlton, May 1879-July 1892; 
Charlton and I. L. Hanford, July 1892-June 1904; B. E. McCormick, June 1904- 

96 



Aug. 1907; George L. Winegar, Aug. 1907-May 1908; George E. Dixon, May 1908- 
July 1909; Charles Steele and William F. Schempp, July 1909-Apr. 1923; Schempp, 
Apr. 1923-Jan. 1929; Daniel S. Markham, Feb. 1929-Sept. 1933; Markham and 
Merlin Matzke, Oct. 1933-July 1942; Markham, July 1942-Dec. 1954; Marshall D. 
Markham, Dec. 1954 to date. 

WHi Mar. 5, 1867-Dec. 25, 1868; May 15, 1885 to date. 

WBr Jan. 1861 to date. 

737. BRODHEAD NEWS (w) Sept. 16, 1909-Nov. 27, 1930. 
Editors: George E. Dixon. 

Merged with Independent-Register. 

WHi Dec. 9, 1909-Nov. 27, 1930. 
WBr Sept. 16, 1909-Dec. 1920. 

738. REGISTER (w) Nov. 1, 1883-July 14, 1909. 

Editors: Louis A. Sprague, 1883-1893; George E. Dixon, 1893-1895; William R. 
Hotchkiss, 1895-1897; Dixon, 1897-Sept. 1900; Dixon and Charles Steele, Sept. 
1900-Jan. 1903; Steele and William F. Schempp, Feb. 1903-1909. 
Merged with Brodhead Independent. 

WHi Jan. 5, 1898-July 14, 1909. 

WBr complete. 

739. BRODHEAD WEEKLY REPORTER (w) Apr. 26, 1859- 
Nov. 6, 1861; Apr. 1, 1862-1863 [?]. 

Editors: L. Winthrop Powell, 1859-Nov. 1861; T. J. Johnson, Apr. 1862-1863. 
WHi June 24, 1859-Nov. 6, 1861. 



BROOKLYN 

740. DANE COUNTY TOBACCO JOURNAL (w) 1885- 
1886[?]. 

Editors: C. W. Page. 

741. BROOKLYN NEWS (w) Feb. 1897-Nov. 1, 1905. 

Editors: Joseph W. Haughton, 1897-1898; I. A. Hoxie, 1898; W. Z. Dumond, Nov. 
1898-1905. 

WHi Oct. 14, 1898-Nov. 1, 1905. 

742. BROOKLYN RECORD (w) Sept. 1881-1885 [?]. 

Editors: Christian J. Rollis. 

743. BROOKLYN TELLER (w) Nov. 1912-Aug. 3, 1956. 
Editors: M. V. Adamson, 1912-Aug. 1918; H. D. Hanson, Sept. 1918-Sept. 1946; 
James L. Dawalt, Oct. 1946-1948; James P. Green, 1949-1956. 

Merged with Evansville Review. 

WHi Jan. 13, 1915-Aug. 3, 1956. 



JUDA 

744. JUDA HOME NEWS (w) July 26-Nov. 14, 1907. 
Editors: H. Lyndon Williams. 

WHi complete. 

745. JUDEAN (w) July 13, 1877-Mar. 31, 1878. 
Editors: J. B. Stair and Henry C. Witmer. 

Followed by Latest News. 

97 



746. LATEST NEWS (w) Apr. 3, 1878-Sept. 13, 1884. 

Editors: J. B. Stair and Henry C. Witmer, 1878-July 1879; Witmer, July 1879-1884. 
WHi Feb. 15, 1879-Sept. 13, 1884. 

747. JUDA NEWS (w) 1924-1931 [?]. 

Editors: Carl W. Moser, 1924-1928; George E. Dixon, 1928-1931. 



MONROE 
COUNTY JOURNAL, see Journal-Gazette. 

748. EVERY SATURDAY (w) Apr. 1879-May 22, 1880. 

749. MONROE GAZETTE (w) July 23, 1879-July 17, 1896. 

Title varies: Jefferson Independent, 1879-July 1881. 

Editors: John W. Odell, 1879-Nov. 1888; W. T. Giles, Nov. 1888-1896. 

Merged with Monroe Sun. 

WHi Mar. 3-Nov. 30, 1882. 

750. GREEN COUNTY HEROLD (w) Sept. 15, 1877-Aug. 29, 
1940. 

Published at Winona, Minn.: 1939-1940. 

Editors: R. Lowenbach and G. L. Engelke, 1877-Mar. 1879; Lowenbach, Mar. 

1879-1888; H. W. Frick, 1888-1889; Robert Kohli, 1889-Feb. 1920; Fred L. Kohli, 

Mar. 1920-1939. 

In German. 

WHi Oct. 3, 1877-Sept. 17, 1879; Feb. 1, 1881-Aug. 29, 1883; Sept. 7, 

1892-Aug. 29, 1940. 

751. GREEN COUNTY REFORMER (w) Jan. 1870-May 6, 
1880. 

Title varies: Green County Republican, 1870-Jan. 1874. 

Editors: A. W. Potter, 1870-Dec. 1873; Flavius J. Mills, Dec. 1873-Apr. 1874; G. J. 
Patton, Apr. 1874-Feb. 1875; I. T. Carr and William Bullock, Mar. 1875-Mar. 
1876; Carr, Mar. 1876-Dec. 1877; F. E. Fillmore and W. D. Mathews, Dec. 1877- 
May 1878; Mathews, May 1878-1880. 

WHi July 25, 1871-May 6, 1880. 

752. GREEN COUNTY UNION (w) Apr. 16, 1850-Apr. 1851. 
Editors: John W. Snow. 

Followed by Monroe Sentinel. 

DAILY INDEPENDENT, see Evening Times. 

753. INDEPENDENT PRESS (w) Oct. 1857-May 1858. 
Editors: S. P. Condee and E. C. Moulton. 

Followed by Albany Times. 

754. JEFFERSONIAN DEMOCRAT (w) Aug. 14, 1856-Apr. 
1857. 

Editors: George C. Baker. 
Followed by Independent Press. 
WHi complete. 

98 



755. MONROE DAILY JOURNAL (d) 1898-June 15, 1927. 
Editors: Leroy A. Woodle. 

Merged with Monroe Evening Times. 

WHi Jan. 4, 1899-June 15, 1927. 

756. JOURNAL-GAZETTE (w) 1888-July 15, 1927. 
Title varies: County Journal, 1888-July 1898. 

Editors: Leroy A. Woodle and F. F. Turner, 1888-1897; Woodle, 1897-1927. 
WHi July 26, 1898-July 15, 1927. 

757. LIBERAL PRESS (w) Sept. 1872-Sept. 1873. 

Editors: Flavius J. Mills. 

Merged with Green County Republican. 

758. RUNDSCHAU (w) 1886-1887 [?]. 

Editors: J. G. Probst. 
In German. 

759. MONROE SENTINEL (w) May 14, 1851-Nov. 2, 1912. 
Editors: John W. Stewart, May-Sept. 1851; John Walworth, Oct. 1851-May 1855; 
N. L. Stout and George W. Tenney, May-Sept. 1855; Tenney, Sept. 1855-Aug. 
1860; James Bintliff and Edwin E. Bryant, Aug. 1860-June 1861; Bintliff, June- 
Nov. 1861; Bintliff and Egbert E. Carr, Dec. 1861-July 1865; Charles A. Booth and 
A. J. High, July 1865-Dec. 1870; Booth and S. E. Gardner, Dec. 1870-Feb. 1874; 
Booth, Feb. 1874-1912. 

WHi May 10, 1854-Nov. 2, 1912. 

760. MONROE SUN (w) Jan. 23, 1875-1876. 

Editors: George R. South. 

761. MONROE SUN-GAZETTE (w) Nov. 4, 1881-July 26, 
1898. 

Title varies: Monroe Sun, 1881-July 1896. 

Editors: George R. South, 1881-Jan. 1893; Miles T. Getting, Jan. 1893-July 1894; 

South, July 1894-July 1896; Getting and A. C. Clarke, July 1896-1898. 

Merged with County Journal. 

WHi Mar. 4-Nov. 18, 1882; Mar. 24, 1883-July 26, 1898. 

762. MONROE WEEKLY TIMES (w) Sept. 1888-1890 [?]. 

Published by Evening Times. 

763. EVENING TIMES (d) June 22, 1889-Dec. 31, 1895. 

Title varies: Daily Independent, 1889-Jan. 1892. 
Editors: John W. Odell. 

764. MONROE EVENING TIMES (d) Oct. 13, 1898 to date. 

Editors: John W. Odell, 1898-1899; Emery A. Odell, 1899-1952; Edmund C. Ham- 
ilton, 1953 to date. 

WHi Jan. 3, 1899 to date. 

765. WISCONSIN BOTSCHAFTER (w) May 4, 1869-June 9, 
1927. 

Published at Madison: 1869-Oct. 1926. 

Title varies: Madison Botschafter, May-July 1869. 

Editors: Richard Porsch, 1869-Oct. 1891; Mrs. R. Porsch, Oct.-Dec. 1891; F. S. 

Blied, 1892-Oct. 1926; Fred L. Kohli, Oct. 1926-1927. 

In German. 

Merged with Green County Her old. 

WHi Jan. 16, 1874-June 9, 1927. 

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WISCONSIN STATES RIGHTS, see under Stevens Point. 



MONTICELLO 

766. MONTICELLO ITEMS (w) 1874-1875. 
Editors: J. B. Stair. 

767. MONTICELLO MESSENGER (w) 1896 to date. 
Editors: John Richards, 1896-1899; John and S. Earle Richards, 1899-1916; S. 
Earle Richards, 1916-1936; C. M. Wittenwyler, 1936 to date. 

WHi Apr. 18, 1946 to date. 

768. MONTICELLO NEWS (w) 1888-1908 [?]. 
Editors: J. A. Smith. 



NEW GLARUS 

769. DEUTSCH SCHWEIZERISCHER COURIER (w) Apr. 

12, 1897-Apr. 3, 1917. 

Title varies: New Glarus Bote, Apr .-Aug. 1897. 

Editors: John Theiler, 1897-Jan. 1915; Arthur J. Theiler, Jan. 1915-1917. 

In German. 

WHi Jan. 4, 1916-Apr. 3, 1917. 

770. NEW GLARUS ECHO (w) 1889-1890 [?]. 

771. NEW GLARUS POST (w) Sept. 6, 1912 to date. 

Editors: John Theiler, 1912-Jan. 1915; Arthur J. Theiler, Jan. 1915-1949; Ray 
M. Wurgler and Warren E. Ruesch, 1950 to date. 
WHi Apr. 12, 1917 to date. 



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BERLIN 

772. BERLIN AMERICAN (w) Oct. 10, 1917-June 1918. 

773. BERLIN COURANT (w) June 1854-Jan. 27, 1916. 
Title varies: Berlin City Courant, 1854-May 1864. 

Editors: James G. Tracy, June-Oct. 1854; Tracy and T. L. Terry, Oct. 1854-Mar. 

1855; Terry and S. S. Richards, Mar. 1855-1858; Terry and W. B. Arnold, 1858- 

Apr. 1871; Arnold and D. P. Blackstone, Apr. 1871-Aug. 1872; David Junor, Sept. 

1872-Aug. 1875; Griff J. Thomas, Aug. 1875-Sept. 1876; Frank F. Livermore, Sept. 

1876-Sept. 1879; Junor, Sept. 1879-1887; L. E. Davis, 1888-1905; Ernst Greverus, 

1905-1916. 

Merged with Berlin Journal. 

WHi Aug. 25, 1859-June 26, 1873; Aug. 29, 1874-June 16, 1887; Jan. 

5-Dec. 13, 1888; Mar. 23, 1911-Dec. 23, 1915. 

774. BERLIN DAILY COURANT (d) July 2, 1885-Jan. 1887. 

775. GREEN LAKE DEMOCRAT (w) 1858-1860 [?]. 

Editors: L. H. Drury. 

776. BERLIN JOURNAL (d, sw) Jan. 1, 1881 to date. 

Title varies: Berlin Evening Journal, 1881-Mar. 1942. 

Editors: Lyman B. Everdell and David A. Williams, Aug -Nov. 1870; Charles G. 
Starks, Nov. 1870-Mar. 1916; R. S. Starks, Mar. 1916-May 1928; John W. Carroll, 
June 1928-Dec. 1931; Julius C. Milliken, Dec. 1931-June 1932; Fred Leroy, June 
1932-Feb. 1934; Norman E. Wood and T. L. Doyle, Feb.-May 1934; Albert M. 
Marshall, Jr., June 1934-Apr. 1939; William H. Patey, May 1939-Sept. 1952; 
Robert R. Pierce, Oct. 1952 to date. 

WHi Jan. 2, 1883-Feb. 28, 1899; Mar. 15, 1917-Dec. 31, 1941; Jan. 7, 

1943 to date. 

777. BERLIN JOURNAL-COURANT (w) Aug. 30, 1870-June 
29, 1922. 

Title varies: Berlin Journal, 1870-Jan. 1916. 
WHi Sept. 20, 1876-June 29, 1922. 

778. MARQUETTE MERCURY (w) Nov. 1850-June 1854. 
Suspended: Feb.-Apr. 1853. 

Editors: Jabez H. Wells, 1850-July 1852; Wells and George C. Gifford, July 1852- 
Feb. 1853; Wells, Apr. 1853-1854. 
Followed by Berlin Courant. 

779. BERLIN MESSENGER (w) 1852-1853. 

Editors: William A. Bugh. 

780. BERLIN NEWS (w) Feb. 1860-1861 [?]. 

Editors: Frank Hyde. 

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781. TRI-COUNTY NEWS (d, w) Oct. 14, 1926-May 13, 1938. 
Title varies: Berlin Daily News, Nov. 1926-Mar. 1927. 

Editors: John J. Berry, 1926-Feb. 1932; Berry and Gilford H. Rothfuss, Feb. 1932- 
1938. 

782. NORTHERN WISCONSIN (w) Feb.-Mar. 1853. 

Editors: George P. Gifford. 



DARTFORD 

(see Green Lake) 

GREEN LAKE 

783. DARTFORD ADVANCE (w) 1902-1907 [?]. 

Editors: M. S. Carpenter. 

784. GREEN LAKE COUNTY REPORTER (w) Dec. 1894 to 
date. 

Editors: M. S. Carpenter and E. A. Long, 1894-1896; Carpenter and I. R. Nash, 
1896-1907: R. A. Ellinger, 1907-1918; I. G. Lytle, 1918-July 1928; Elmer L. Howe, 
July 1928-Dec. 1933; Armand Falk, Dec. 1933-Dec. 1934; Herbert F. Heidel, Dec. 
1934-Sept. 1945; Clair H. Little, Sept.-Dec. 1945; H. H. and William W. Hobart, 
Dec. 1945-Sept. 1949; J. Philip Norman, Sept. 1949-May 1955; Robert E. Francis, 
May 1955 to date. 

WHi Jan. 9, 1919 to date. 

785. GREEN LAKE SPECTATOR (w) Oct. 1860-Aug. 22, 
1866. 

Editors: Uri Carruth, 1860-July 1864; Ebenezer Warner, July-Oct. 1864; James 
M. Phinney, Oct. 1864-Jan. 1866; J. W. Oliver and Martin C. Short, Jan.-Aug. 1866. 
WHi Oct. 12, 1864-Oct. 11, 1865; Jan. 17-Aug. 22, 1866. 

786. LIVE WIRE (w) 1908-1909 [?]. 

Editors: Huberetta Randall. 



KINGSTON 
787. KINGSTON TRIBUNE (w) 1879-Aug. 29, 1946. 

Title varies: Kingston Spy, 1879-Jan. 1946. 

Editors: William E. Williams, 1879-1905; Ernest F. Krueger, 1905-Dec. 1907; Otto 
Stiles, Dec. 1907-1912; A. G. Stiles, 1912-Oct. 1935; Mrs. A. G. Stiles, Nov. 1935- 
1941; E. W. Warnke, 1941-June 1946; Bruce C. Druliner, June-Aug. 1946. 
Merged with Montello Express. 

WHi Oct. 21, 1943-Aug. 29, 1946. 



MARKESAN 

788. MARKESAN ENTERPRISE (w) 1871-1874 [?]. 

789. MARKESAN ENTERPRISE (w) 1896-1900 [?]. 
Editors: J. W. Rogers, 1896-1898; W. P. Bidwell, 1898-1900. 

102 



790. GREEN LAKE COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) July 1876- 
1886. 

Published at Princeton: 1876-June 1881. 

Title varies: Independent, July-Sept. 1876. 

Editors: S. D. Goodell and H. A. Myers, July-Sept. 1876; Goodell and L. S. Trues- 

dell, Sept. 1876-May 1879; Goodell, May 1879-Sept. 1884; D. C. Gowdy, Sept. 1884- 

1886. 

WHi Feb. 13, 1879-Sept. 16, 1885. 

791. MARKESAN HERALD (w) July 22, 1881 to date. 
Editors: George H. Larke, 1881-1885; Charles Ware, 1885-1887; Curtis Wray, 
1887-1889; John L. Millard, 1889-1893; George H. Lawrence, 1893-1895; C. W. 
Ludtke, 1895-1906; C. W. Ludtke, Jr., 1906-1920; Roy P. Van Vuren, 1920-1947; 
Roland W. Pieper, 1947-July 1951; Pieper and Verle E. Evans, July 1951-May 
1953; Evans, June 1953 to date. 

Publisher's files destroyed: 1881-1919. 
WHi Oct. 27, 1949 to date. 

792. MARKESAN JOURNAL (w) Nov. 1859-Oct. 26, 1861; 
Feb. 1862-1863. 

Editors: W. Chapel, 1859-Apr. 1860; George S. Shepherd, Apr.-Nov. 1860; James 
B. Pond, Nov. 1860-Oct. 1861; John Parker and O. F. Bardwell, Feb. 1862-1863. 
WHi Feb. 1-Oct. 26, 1861. 



PRINCETON 

GREEN LAKE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, see under Mark 
esan. 

INDEPENDENT, see Green Lake County Democrat 
(Markesan). 

793. PRINCETON MERKUR (w) June 1876-1878 [?]. 

Editors: Gustav Tesch. 
In German. 



PRINCETON REPUBLIC, see Princeton Times-Repub- 
lic. 

794. PRINCETON STAR (w) Mar. 5, 1902-July 12, 1905. 
Editors: E. R. Beebe and F. E. Clark. 

Merged with Princeton Republic. 
WHi complete. 

795. PRINCETON TIMES (w) July 18, 1935-May 27, 1937. 
Editors: H. H. Hobart. 

Merged with Princeton Republic. 
WHi complete. 

796. PRINCETON TIMES-REPUBLIC (w) Feb. 21, 1867 to 
date. 

Title varies: Princeton Republic, 1867-July 1905; Mar. 1906-May 1937; Princeton 

Republic-Star, July 1905-Mar. 1906. 

Editors: Thomas McConnell, 1867-Mar. 1870; John C. and A. E. Thompson, Mar. 

103 



1870-Jan. 1878; O. N. Russell, Jan.-Nov. 1878; John C. and A. E. Thompson, Nov. 
1878-Mar. 1883; E. R. Beebe and Charles P. Rawson, Mar. 1883-Jan. 1886; Beebe 
and J. P. Viel, 1886; Beebe, 1887-Oct. 1894; W. P. Harmon, Oct. 1894-Nov. 1896; 
Beebe and F. E. Clark, Nov. 1896-Mar. 1899; W. R. Harmon and W. F. Currie, 
Mar. 1899-Mar. 1900; R. W. Harmon, Mar. 1900-Mar. 1902; George V. Kelley, 
Mar. 1902-Apr. 1903; Kelley and Fred N. Harmon, Apr. 1903-July 1905; Harmon, 
July 1905-1911; A. H. Rimpler, 1911-1930; H. H. Hobart, 1930-Sept. 1949; J. 
Philip Norman, Sept. 1949-May 1955; Robert E. Francis, May 1955 to date. 

WHi Mar. 21, 1867-Dec. 4, 1913; Jan. 14, 1915-Dec. 31, 1925; Jan. 6, 

1927-Dec. 27, 1928; Jan. 2, 1930 to date. 

797. PRINCETON ZEITUNG (w) 1902-1908 [?]. 

Editors: German Pub. Co. 
In German. 



104 



Iowa County 



ADAMSVILLE 

798. ADAMSVILLE ARGUS (w) 1889-1892 [?] 

Published by Mount Horeb Sun. 



ARENA 

799. ARENA GLEANER (w) 1894-1895 [?]. 
Editors: Harold L. Swan. 

RURAL EYE, see under Dodgeville. 

ARENA STAR, see New Star (Dodgeville). 

BARNEVELD 

800. BARNEVELD BANNER (w) 1892-Oct. 13, 1899. 
Published at Ridgeway: 1892-1899. 

Editors: Robert J. Roach. 
Merged with Mount Horeb Times. 

WHi June 25, 1897-Oct. 13, 1899. 

801. NEW ERA (w) 1898-1903 [?]. 
Editors: J. W. Pryor. 

802. BARNEVELD REGISTER AND FRIEND (w) 1881- 
1911. 

Title varies: Barneveld Friend, 1881-1882. 

Editors: Hugh J. Jones, 1881-1882; Jones and Anthony A. Emmel, 1882-1883; 

Emmel, 1883-1911. 



DODGEVILLE 

803. DODGEVILLE CHRONICLE (w) Sept. 1862 to date. 

Editors: John Cowan, 1862-July 1863; Rufus Crosby and W. J. Wrigglesworth, 
July 1863-Sept. 1865; Wrigglesworth, Sept. 1865-Feb. 1874; Albert S. Hearn, Feb. 
1874-Sept. 1907; T. Emery Bray and John M. Reese, Sept. 1907-May 1910; Reese 
and Merton D. Peavy, May 1910-Jan. 1919; Reese, Jan. 1919-1927; L. P. Kessler 
and Edward T. Mundy, 1928-Jan. 1944; Mundy and Mrs. L. P. Kessler, Feb. 1944- 
June 1956; Mrs. L. P. Kessler and Kenneth Holt, July 1956 to date. 
WHi Sept. 17, 1863 to date. 

EYE AND STAR, see New Star. 

J 05 



804. WEEKLY HERALD (w) Mar. 16, 1861-1862 [?]. 
Editors: Henry Madden and P. D. Wigginton. 

805. INDEPENDENT (w) 1895-1897. 
Editors: Frank A. Carr. 

Merged with Dodgeville Chronicle. 

806. IOWA COUNTY ADVOCATE (w) Aug. 19, 1858-Sepr. 
1862. 

Editors: Frank J. Rowe, 1858-Sept. 1860; E. Wood Comes, Sept. 1860-May 1861; 
W. J. Wrigglesworth, May 1861-Apr. 1862; John Cowan, Apr .-Sept. 1862. 
Followed by Dodgeville Chronicle. 

IOWA COUNTY REPUBLIC, see Weekly Republic. 

807. NEW STAR (w) June 1874-Apr. 27, 1900. 

Published at Arena: 1874-Nov. 1883. 

Title varies: Star, 1874-June 1878; Arena Star, June 1878-Nov. 1883; Dodgeville 

Star, Nov. 1883-Sept. 1889; Eye and Star, Sept. 1889-1895. 

Editors: W. H. Goodlad, June-Dec. 1874; W. C. Meffert and Merton D. Peavy, 

Dec. 1874-July 1877; Peavy and W. H. Jones, July 1877-June 1878; John T. Shum- 

way, June 1878-Jan. 1880; David H. Williams, Jan. 1880-Sept. 1881; George E. 

Ward, Sept.-Nov. 1881; S. R. Bentley, Nov. 1881-Nov. 1883; Oliver C. Smith, Nov. 

1883-1889; Peavy, 1889-Dec. 1895; Charles Halvorson and Charles Owens, Dec. 

1895-Apr. 1896; Peavy, Apr. 1896-1897; Archibald McArthur, 1897-Jan. 1899; E. 

Kemsley Golden, Jan. 1899-1900. 

Followed by Iowa County Republic. 

WHi Jan. 12, 1877-Mar. 12, 1886; Sept. 5, 1889-Apr. 27, 1900. 

808. WEEKLY REPUBLIC (sw, w) May 2, 1900-Feb. 28, 1906. 

Title varies: Iowa County Republic, 1900-Nov. 1904. 

Editors: E. Kemsley Golden, 1900-Aug. 1902; Mark A. Richardson, Aug. 1902- 
1906. 

Merged with Dodgeville Sun. 
WHi complete. 

809. RURAL EYE (w) Dec. 1886-Aug. 29, 1889. 
Published at Arena: 1886-Nov. 1888. 

Editors: Merton D. Peavy. 
Merged with Dodgeville Star. 

WHi Jan. 1, 1887-Aug. 29, 1889. 

810. DODGEVILLE SUN-REPUBLIC (w) July 4, 1881-May 7, 
1931. 

Title varies: Dodgeville Sun, 1881-Mar. 1906. 

Editors: J. Wilson Frost, 1881-July 1882; Oliver C. Smith, July 1882-1883; Thomas 

W. Parr, 1883-Apr. 1891; Frank A. Carr, Apr. 1891-Oct. 1895; J. T. Boyle and W. 

E. Holt, Oct. 1895-Aug. 1902; Mark A. Richardson and Frank W. Hadden, Aug. 

1902-Sept. 1904; Hadden, Sept. 1904-Mar. 1911; R. M. Vordale, Mar. 1911-Sept. 

1912; C. C. Pearce and E. D. Sargent, Sept. 1912-Oct. 1913; Ellsworth E. Elder, 

Oct. 1913-Oct. 1914; James A. Orrock, Oct. 1914-Aug. 1915; Granville Trace, Sept. 

1915-Nov. 1927; Charles S. Bonynge, Nov. 1927-June 1930; Lawrence E. Perry, 

June 1930-1931. 

Merged with Dodgeville Chronicle. 

WHi Feb. 23, 1882-July 6, 1888; Nov. 22, 1895-May 7, 1931. 

106 



HIGHLAND 

811. HIGHLAND PRESS (w) 1894-Sept. 6, 1946; Mar. 14, 

1947-Sept. 21, 1956. 

Suspended: Feb.-Sept. 1949. 

Editors: A. G. Roethe and Henry E. Howe, 1894-1898; Howe, 1898-1913; George 
W. Dilley, 1913-Feb. 1949; Warren L. Hill, Sept. 1949-Sept. 1955; Harry Johnson, 
Sept. 1955-1956. 

WHi Dec. 3, 1943-Sept. 6, 1946; Mar. 14, 1947-Sept. 21, 1956. 



HOLLANDALE 

812. HOLLANDALE HERALD (w) 1888-1892 [?]. 
Published by Mount Horeb Sun. 

813. HOLLANDALE NEWS (w) 1894-1895 [?]. 
Editors: George Swenson. 

814. WEEKLY REVIEW (w) Jan. 21, 1898 to date. 
Published at Blanchardville: 1951 to date. 

Editors: James W. Laughlin, 1898-1908; C. R. Marks, 1908-1911; Ferdinand Steens- 
land, 1911-1912; G. H. Pearce, 1912-1914; W. A. Skinner, Jr., 1914-1924; Bert Day, 
1924-May 1948; Albert W. Kirchoff, May 1948-May 1950; Ronald C. Gander, June 
1950-Apr. 1951; W. F. McGuigan, Apr. 1951 to date. 
WHi Jan. 13, 1944-Apr. 20, 1951. 



LINDEN 

815. CONSERVATIVE (w) Nov. 1908-Feb. 9, 1911. 

Editors: Harlan J. Johnson, 1908-Apr. 1909; J. W. Taylor, Apr. 1909-1911. 
Followed by Linden Reporter. 

WHi Apr. 22, 1909-Feb. 9, 1911. 

816. LINDEN LEADER (w) Apr. 1909-1911 [?]. 
Editors: Harlan J. Johnson. 

817. LINDEN REPORTER (w) Feb. 16, 1911-1912. 
Editors: J. A. Connaughton. 

Followed by Reporter (Mineral Point) . 
WHi Feb. 16-Dec. 28, 1911. 

818. SOUTHWEST WISCONSIN (w) Feb. 21, 1894-Oct. 11 
1907. 

Published at Montfort: 1894-Nov. 1895. 

Editors: I. G. DeWitt and J. W. Taylor, Feb.-Dec. 1894; Taylor, Dec. 1894-1907. 
WHi complete. 



MINERAL POINT 

819. MINERAL POINT DEMOCRAT (w) Apr. 11-Dec. 10, 

1845. 

Editors: Chauncey C. Britt. 
WHi complete. 

107 



820. MINERAL POINT DEMOCRAT (w) July 27, 1852- 
1853[?]. 

Editors: O. J. Wright. 

821. MINERAL POINT DEMOCRAT (w) July 1855-1856 [?]. 
Editors: Edmund R. Otis. 

822. MINERAL POINT FREE PRESS (w) Dec. 28, 1841-1843. 
Editors: Henry Plowman. 

823. HOME INTELLIGENCER (w) May 26, 1859-June 22, 
1865. 

Editors: John Herron and John D. Lemmon, Mav-Sept. 1859; Herron, Sept. 1859— 
1865. 

WHi complete. 

824. IOWA COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Sept. 1, 1866 to date. 
Title varies: National Democrat, 1866-Dec. 1877. 

Editors: John Herron and William H. Peck, 1866-1867; Herron, 1867-Aug. 1868; 
T. Scott Ansley, Sept. 1868-Aug. 1869; Peck, Aug. 1869-Jan. 1874; Peck and George 
Crawford, Jan!-Nov. 1874; Crawford, Nov. 1874-May 1877; George and Robert M. 
Crawford, May 1877-1921; Charles W. Burghardt, 1922-Mar. 1930; Levy William- 
son, Mar. 1930-Mar. 1937; F. M. Shea, Mar. 1937-Dec. 1938; D. M. Morgan, Dec. 
1938 to date. 

WHi Sept. 1-Nov. 3, 1866; Jan. 11-Nov. 18, 1868; Aug. 25, 1869 to 

date. 

825. MINERS' FREE PRESS (w) June 16, 1837-Mar. 1838. 
Editors: M. D. Holbrook, June-Sept. 1837; William S. Hamilton, Sept. 1837-1838. 

826. MINER'S FREE PRESS (w) July 24, 1838-Aug. 21, 1841. 
Editors: Henry B. Welsh and Henry Plowman, 1838-Apr. 1841; John Delany and 
Samuel G. Knapp, Apr -Aug. 1841. 

Followed by Mineral Point Free Press. 
WHi complete. 

NATIONAL DEMOCRAT, see Iowa County Democrat. 

827. REPORTER (w, sw) Apr. 18, 1912-1913. 
Editors: J. A. Connaughton. 

WHi Apr. 18-Dec. 16, 1912. 

828. MINERAL POINT TRIBUNE (w) Sept. 3, 1847-Dec. 8, 
1938. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Tribune, 1847-Feb. 1854. 

Editors: George W. Bliss, 1847-Jan. 1852; Bliss and Josiah B. Chaney, Jan. 1852- 
Sept. 1854; George and Edward U. Bliss, Oct. 1854-June 1869; William H. Ben- 
nett and J. B. Teasdale, June 1869-Mar. 1871; Bennett, Mar. 1871-1874; George 
D. Clive, 1875; William H. and B. J. Bennett, 1876-1906; B. J. Bennett, 1906- 
1937; D. M. Morgan and A. V. Jacobs, 1937-1938. 
Merged with Iowa County Democrat. 

WHi Sept. 3, 1847-Sept. 1, 1848; Aug. 10, 1849-Oct. 23, 1851; Apr. 20, 

1854-Dec. 27, 1859; Jan. 1, 1861-Dec. 8, 1938. 

RIDGEWAY 

829. ENTERPRISE (w) 1882-1893. 

Editors: D. T. Jarvis. 

WHi June 7-Dec. 6, 1889. 

108 



Iron County 



HURLEY 

830. GOGEBIC IRON TRIBUNE (w) May 8, 1886-Dec. 2, 
1893. 

Editors: F. B. Hand. 
Merged with Montreal River Miner. 
WHi complete. 

831. IRON COUNTY CITIZEN (w) Jan. 7, 1905-Apr. 1910. 
Editors: W. L. Lennon. 

Merged with Montreal River Miner. 

832. IRON COUNTY MINER (w) Oct. 8, 1885 to date. 
Title varies: Montreal River Miner, 1885-Mar. 1950. 

Editors: D. C. Gowdey and S. D. Goodell, 1885-Oct. 1893; Goodell, Oct. 1893-Mar. 
1896; F. B. Hand, Mar. 1896-Jan. 1909; Martin Vickers, Jan. 1909-Nov. 1940; Alvin 

E. O'Konski, Dec. 1940-Apr. 1948; Richard A. Hemp, Apr. 1948-Jan. 1954; Armand 

F. Cirilli, Jan. 1954 to date. 

WHi Oct. 8, 1885-Dcc. 26, 1940; Mar. 14, 1941 to date. 

833. IRON COUNTY NEWS (w) Sept. 27, 1913-Mar. 31, 1950. 
Editors: F. A. Emunson. 

Merged with Montreal River Miner. 
WHi complete. 

834. IRON COUNTY REPUBLICAN (w) June 8, 1894-Oct. 
31, 1903. 

Editors: Wilbur H. Bridgman, 1894-1898; Bridgman and Charles Strandberg, 
1899-1901; W. O. Strandberg, 1902-Aug. 1903; F. B. Hand, Aug.-Oct. 1903. 
Merged with Montreal River Miner. 
WHi complete. 

MONTREAL RIVER MINER, see Iron County Miner. 

835. NOSTRA TERRA (w) Jan. 23, 1904-Sept. 20, 1913. 
Editors: Frank Marta. 

In Italian and English. 
Followed by Iron County News. 

WHi Jan. 4-Sept. 20, 1913. 



MERCER 

836. MERCER NEWS (sm) July 16, 1954-1955 [?] 

Editors: Ella K. Beierle. 

109 



Jackson County 



ALMA CENTER 

837. ALMA CENTER HERALD (w) Feb. 2, 1898-Sept. 20, 
1899. 

Editors: Henry Russell. 

WHi complete. 

838. NEW COMMONWEALTH (w) May 5-Sept. 15, 1932. 
Editors: Mrs. Louis Duxbury. 

839. ALMA CENTER NEWS (w) Dec. 7, 1901-Aug. 17, 1933. 
Editors: C. M. Peabody, 1901-June 1924; C. M. Potter, June 1924-Sept. 1926; 
Leona West, Sept. 1926-Oct. 1930; Alvin M. Amundson, Oct. 1930-May 1932; 
Leona West, May 1932-1933. 

WHi July 6, 1906-Aug. 17, 1933. 



BLACK RIVER FALLS 

840. BANNER-JOURNAL (w) Aug. 14, 1856 to date. 

Title varies: Jackson County Banner, 1856-Mar. 1868; Badger State Banner, Apr. 
1868-Mar. 1926. 

Editors: Charles R. Stewart and M. V. Young, 1856-1857; F. O. Brainerd, 1857- 
July 1865; Brainerd and Jerome A. Watrous, July 1865-Mar. 1866; Watrous and 
George W. Brown, Mar-Dec. 1866; Watrous and Frank Cooper, Dec. 1866-Nov. 
1869; Frank and Charles J. Cooper, Nov. 1869-Mar. 1874; Frank and George F. 
Cooper, Mar. 1874-Feb. 1888; George F. Cooper, Feb. 1888-Mar. 1926; Merlin 
Hull, Mar. 1926-1953; Perry M. Hull, 1953 to date. 
WHi Jan. 25, 1868 to date. 

841. JACKSON COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Oct. 2, 1880-Oct. 
1881. 

Editors: J. F. Hollister. 

842. JACKSON COUNTY JOURNAL (w) Feb. 1886-Mar. 3, 
1926. 

Editors: C. C. Chandler, 1886-1889; C. M. Dykins, 1889-1891; William N. Wells, 
1891-1893; George W. Meacham, 1893-1896; D. C. Menefee and M. V. Frazier, 
1896-1897; C. H. Hill, 1897-Sept. 1898; Hill and Frank A. Parsons, Sept. 1898- 
June 1899; Parsons and J. J. McGillivray, June-Nov. 1899; Clark Smith, Nov. 1899- 
Apr. 1900; Charles H. Buck, May 1900-Apr. 1904; Merlin Hull, Apr. 1904-1926. 
Merged with Badger State Banner. 

WHi July 27, 1898-Mar. 3, 1926. 

NORTHWESTERN DEMOCRAT, see under Prairie du 
Chien. 

FRIDAY EVENING POST, see Fairchild Graphic, 
no 



843. WISCONSIN INDEPENDENT (w) July 26, 1872-Nov. 7, 

1888. 
Published at Viroqua: 1872-1875. 

Editors: T. C. Ankeny, 1872-Nov. 1877; Fred J. Bowman, Nov. 1877-July 1878; 
Byron J. Castle, July 1878-Nov. 1882; Castle and P. O'Brien, Nov. 1882-Nov. 1883; 
O'Brien, Dec. 1883-July 1884; C. C. Chandler and J. R. Ogden, Aug. 1884-Jan. 
1886; O'Brien and C. M. Hobart, Jan.-Apr. 1886; O'Brien, May 1886-Feb. 1887; 
Castle, Feb. 1887-June 1888; Clement J. Strong, June-Nov. 1888. 
Followed by Fairchild Graphic. 

WHi complete. 



MELROSE 
844. MELROSE CHRONICLE (w) Oct. 3, 1896 to date. 

Editors: Elmer E. Gilbertson and Frank Robinson, 1896-Nov. 1897; Elmer E. 
Gilbertson, Nov. 1897-May 1924; C. P. Thompson, May 1924-1934; Helmer L. 
Gilbertson, 1935-1955; Florence S. Gilbertson, 1956 to date. 
WHi complete. 



MERRILLAN 

845. WISCONSIN LEADER (w) May 5, 1877-Aug. 16, 1929. 
Editors: Byron J. Castle, 1877-Feb. 1878; Castle and R. H. Gile, Feb.-June 1878; 
R. H. Gile, June 1878-1907; J. M. Axtell, 1908-May 1910; H. C. Warren, May-Oct. 
1910; Paul J. Fauteck, Oct. 1910-Feb. 1911; R. H. Gile and Clarence J. Johnson, 
Feb. 1911-1928; Johnson and Ray E. Gile, Jan.-Aug. 1929. 
Merged with Banner-Journal (Black River Falls) . 
WHi complete. 



TAYLOR 

846. TAYLOR ENTERPRISE (w) Dec. 1903-Dec. 27, 1906. 

Editors: W. A. Young, 1903-July 1905; Frank Merrill, July 1905-1906. 

847. TAYLOR HERALD (w) 1920-Dec. 25, 1931. 

Editors: O. O. Kjome. 



Ill 



Jefferson County 



FORT ATKINSON 

848. FORT ATKINSON CHRONICLE (w) Oct. 31, 1895-Dec. 
19, 1899. 

Editors: M. S. Parker, 1895-July 1898; G. H. Landgraf, July-Sept. 1898; E. G. 
Farlin, Sept. 1898-July 1899; Charles G. Farlin, July-Dec. 1899. 
WHi complete. 

849. FORT ATKINSON DEMOCRAT (sw, d) Dec. 6, 1923- 
1926[?]. 

Editors: C. C. Nettlesheim. 

850. FORT DAILY NEWS (d) Jan. 12, 1942-Feb. 2, 1948. 

Editors: Ray Breitweiser. 
Merged with Daily Jefferson County Union. 
WHi Oct. 18, 1943-Dec. 31, 1947. 

851. FORT ATKINSON HERALD (w) Aug. 25, 1866-Sept. 4, 
1873. 

Editors: Henry S. Ehrman, 1866-Nov. 1867; Howard M. Kutchin, Nov. 1867- 
Oct. 1870; George W. Burchard, Oct. 1870-July 1871; Kutchin, July-Sept. 1871; J. 
C. Keeney, Sept. 1871-1873. 
Followed by Sharon Inquirer. 

WHi June 20, 1872-Sept. 4, 1873. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY DEMOCRAT, see Fort Atkinson 

News. 

852. JEFFERSON COUNTY UNION (w) Mar. 17, 1870-Feb. 
21, 1946. 

Published at Lake Mills: 1870-May 1873. 
WHi complete. 

853. DAILY JEFFERSON COUNTY UNION (d) Mar. 1, 1946 
to date. 

Editors: William D. Hoard, 1870-Aug. 1884; William D. and Halbert L. Hoard, 
Aug. 1884-1918; Halbert L. Hoard, 1918-1933; Thomas Reay, 1934-Mar. 1935; 
Gordon Warnke, Apr. 1935-1938; Leo W. Roethe, 1938-1941; Hal C. Kestler, 1941- 
1942; E. J. Byrne, 1942-1944; Leroy Gore, 1944-1948; Ray E. Hansen, 1948-1952; 
Robert L. Angus, 1952 to date. 
WHi complete. 

854. FORT ATKINSON NEWS (w, sw) Apr. 1903-Feb. 2, 1942. 

Title varies: Jefferson County Democrat, 1903-1926. 

Editors: Alva D. Merrill, 1903-Oct. 1905; Merrill and C. C. Nettlesheim, Oct. 

1905-1923; Nettlesheim, 1923-1927; E. A. Shmied, 1927-1933; D. W. Clark, 1933- 

1934; E. L. Hartman, 1934-1939; A. F. Mueller, 1939-1941; Ray Breitweiser, 1941- 

1942. 

112 



855. OUR FLAG (w) 1884-1885 [?]. 
Editors: Clinton and Whitaker. 

856. FORT ATKINSON STANDARD (w) Sept. 1, 1859-1863. 
Editors: J. Aland Shepherd, 1859-Sept. 1860; J. C. Keeney, Sept. 1860-1863. 

WHi Sept. 1, 1859-Aug. 13, 1863. 

857. WISCONSIN CHIEF (sm, m) Jan. 4, 1849-Mar. 1889. 
Title varies: Cayuga Chief (Auburn, N. Y.) , 1849-July 1856. 

Editors: Thurlow W. Brown, 1849-May 1866; Emma Brown, May 1866-1889. 

WHi Jan. 28-Aug. 5, 1857; Oct. 26, 1859-May 1, 1861; Nov. 1862-Jan. 
4, 1889. 



JEFFERSON 

858. JEFFERSON BANNER (w) July 6, 1860 to date. 
Title varies: Jefferson County Republican, 1860-Sept. 1863. 

Editors: John W. Blake, 1860-Feb. 1861; J. E. Atwater and George W. Peck, Mar.- 
Sept. 1861; Peck and Robert Tompkins, Sept. 1861-Sept. 1862; Peck, Sept. 1862- 
Sept. 1863; W. H. Tousley, Sept. 1863-May 1873; Alden Sanborn and George W. 
Bird, May 1873-Nov. 1878; I. T. Carr, Nov. 1878-Nov. 1884; O. F. Roessler, Nov. 
1884-Jan. 1916; A. A. Roessler, Feb.-July 1916; C. J. Mueller, Aug. 1916-Apr. 1933; 
N. K. Strobush, Apr. 1933-1937; Horace L. Buri, 1937 to date. 
WHi Jan. 7, 1864 to date. 

JEFFERSON INDEPENDENT, see Monroe Gazette. 

859. JEFFERSON COUNTY JOURNAL (w) 1888-1918 [?]. 
Editors: Albert Goerz, 1888-1912; C. J. Mueller, 1912-1918. 

In German. 

860. JEFFERSON COUNTY RECORD (w) 1897-1906 [?]. 
Editors: John E. Morgan. 

861. JEFFERSON COUNTY REPUBLICAN (w) Oct. 16, 
1855-1856. 

Editors: Alden Sanborn. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY REPUBLICAN (1860-1863), see 
Jefferson Banner. 

862. JEFFERSON COUNTY WAECHTER (w) 1885-1886 [?]. 
Published by Jefferson Banner. 

In German. 

863. WEEKLY JEFFERSONIAN (w) May 5, 1853-Apr. 18, 

Editors: W. M. Watt, 1853-Aug. 1855; Watt and C. T. Clothier, Aug. 1855-July 
1860; Watt, Aug. 1860-1861. 



LAKE MILLS 

864. BUGLE BLAST (irreg) Oct. 1863-1865. 

Editors: Henry H. Colt. 

WHi Oct. 1863-Apr. 1865. 

113 



865. LAKE MILLS DISPATCH (w) 1867-1868 [?]. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY UNION, see under Fort Atkin 
son. 

866. LAKE MILLS LEADER (w) Nov. 12, 1878 to date. 
Title varies: Lake Mills Spike, 1878-Sept. 1882. 

Editors: A. G. Bernard, 1878-Aug. 1882; Charles L. Hubbs, Sept. 1882-Aug. 1909 
C. J. Fuller and F. E. Parsons, Sept. 1909-Sept. 1910; Hubbs, Sept. 1910-1934 
Donald H. Keithley, 1935-July 1936; Robert J. Walker, July 1936-Apr. 1938 
William Haight, Apr. 1938-1939; Willis J. Erlandson, 1939 to date. 
WHi Feb. 4, 1879 to date. 

867. ROCK LAKE JOURNAL (w) 1932-1933 [?]. 

Editors: A. W. Jorgensen. 

LAKE MILLS SPIKE, see Lake Mills Leader. 



PALMYRA 

868. PALMYRA ENTERPRISE (w) Mar. 25, 1874 to date. 

Editors: O. P. Dow, 1874-Apr. 1893; Charles E. Badger and Henry H. Tubbs, 
Apr.-Sept. 1893; Grant H. Lawton, Oct. 1893-Oct. 1894; Andrew Rood, Oct. 1894- 
Oct. 1903; Lura Dow, Oct. 1903-Aug. 1925; Lura Dow and William H. Ziegler, 
Sept. 1925-Apr. 1928; Lura Dow, May 1928-Sept. 1929; George Ehrlich, Oct. 1929- 
Dec. 1931; George A. Moorman, Dec. 1931-Oct. 1938; Kenneth Elwood, Oct. 1938- 
Aug. 1942; James H. La Chance, Sept. 1942-Aug. 1951; C. B. Coe, Sept. 1951 to 
date. 

WHi complete. 

869. PALMYRA PRESS (w) 1 889-1 89 1 [ ? ] . 

Editors: John S. Meldeen. 



SULLIVAN 

870. SULLIVAN NEWS (w) 1915-1921 [?]. 

Editors: Agnes F. Buth. 



WATERLOO 

871. WATERLOO COURIER (w) Mar. 21, 1885 to date. 

Title varies: Waterloo Democrat, 1885-Nov. 1922. 

Editors: Charles B. Mead, 1885-1889; P. H. Bolger, 1890-1902; P. E. Prink, Jan.- 
Oct. 1903; L. J. Davis, Oct.-Dec. 1903; H. A. Whipple, 1904-Apr. 1908; Whipple 
and E. P. Winkleman, Apr. 1908-Nov. 1922; J. Lewis White, Nov. 1922-Nov. 1931; 
Harry P. Thompson and L. E. Perry, Dec. 1931-Jan. 1933; Perry, Jan. 1933-June 
1951; W. Davis and R. Wilund, July-Oct. 1951; Daniel L. Royle, Nov. 1951 to date. 
WHi June 9, 1905 to date. 

872. WATERLOO ENTERPRISE (w) Jan. 4, 1917-Nov. 16, 
1922. 

Editors: Alex Archie. 

Merged with Waterloo Democrat. 

114 



873. WATERLOO JOURNAL (w) Dec. 4, 1870-Apr. 16, 1908. 

Editors: A. F. Booth, 1870-Dec. 1871; A. B. Griffin and Frank Streeter, Dec. 1871- 
1872; Streeter, 1873-Feb. 1874; E. F. and S. J. Conklin, Mar. 1874-Sept. 1878; S. J. 
Conklin, Sept. 1878-May 1879; Currie G. Bell, May 1879-Sept. 1882; D. O. Bennett, 
Sept. 1882-Aug. 1884; H. M. Knowlton, Sept. 1884-1908. 
Merged with Waterloo Democrat. 

WHi Sept. 1, 1871-Apr. 16, 1908. 



WATERTOWN 

874. ANZEIGER (w) Aug. 3, 1853-Feb. 1858. 

Editors: David Blumenfeld, 1853-Aug. 1857; Joseph Engelmann, Aug. 1857-1858. 

In German. 

Merged with Watertown Weltburger. 

WWa Aug. 3, 1853-Feb. 24, 1855. 

875. WATERTOWN CHRONICLE (w) June 23, 1847-Nov. 
1857. 

Editors: J. A. Hadley, 1847-Sept. 1853; Theron Minor and E. W. Skinner, Sept. 
1853-July 1854; Minor, Aug. 1854-Aug. 1855; M. Cullaton and Lucius M. Rose, 
Aug. 1855-1857. 

WHi June 23, 1847-Mar. 7, 1855. 

876. WATERTOWN DEMOCRAT (w) Oct. 26, 1854-Mar. 
1883. 

Suspended: Aug.-Oct. 1882. 

Editors: D. W. Ballou, 1854-July 1876; Thomas C. Jones, Aug. 1876-Sept. 1881; 

John E. Mawson and R. E. Farrar, Oct. 1881-May 1882; James Holland, June- 

Aug. 1882; A. B. Barney, Oct. 1882-1883. 

Merged with Watertown Gazette. 

WHi Oct. 26, 1854-Feb. 22, 1883. 

WWa Oct. 26, 1854-July 13, 1876. 

DEMOCRATIC STATE REGISTER, see Watertown 
Weekly Register. 

877. WATERTOWN GAZETTE (w) June 24, 1879-Mar. 18, 
1937. 

Editors: George P. Mathes, 1879-Nov. 1880; James W. Moore, Nov. 1880-1937. 
WHi July 22, 1879-Feb. 3, 1880; May 6, 1881-Mar. 18, 1937. 

878. HARGERS TIMES (w) Jan. 5-Sept. 7, 1878. 

Editors: Ashley D. Harger. 
WWa complete. 

879. JEFFERSON COUNTY JOURNAL (w) 1888-1912 [?]. 

Editors: William Reber, 1888-1890; Reber and Albert Goerz, 1890-1895; Goerz, 

1895-1912. 

In German. 

880. WATERTOWN DAILY LEADER (d) Sept. 19, 1906-Tuly 
11, 1908. 

Published by Watertown News. 

115 



881. WATERTOWN NEWS (w, tw) June 15, 1860-Jan. 15, 
1919. 

Title varies: Watertown Republican, 1860-Apr. 1906; Watertown Weekly Leader, 
Apr. 1906-May 1917. 

Editors: J. W. Lawton, 1860-Mar. 1862; D. T. Lindley, Mar. 1862-Apr. 1864; Rob- 
ert Tompkins and G. W. Howland, Apr. 1864-Aug. 1865; Charles R. Gill, Aug. 
1865-1867; Julius H. Keyes, 1867-Aug. 1881; William L. Norris, Aug. 1881-Apr. 
1894; G. W. Norris, Apr. 1894-May 1901; Charles A. Pettibone, June 1901-Jan. 
1902; R. C. McUmber, Jan. 1902-Nov. 1903; C. W. Lechleidner, Dec. 1903-Aug. 
1904; C. C. Nettlesheim, Aug. 1904-June 1905; P. H. Swift, July 1905-June 1911; 
Ward L. Swift, July 1911-July 1913; E. W. Feldschneider, July 1913-1914; Ward 
L. Swift and Emil Doerr, Jan -Oct. 1915; Doerr and H. A. Rogers, Oct. 1915-Mar. 
1917; James P. Holland, Mar. 1917-1919. 
Merged with Watertown Daily Times. 

WHi Apr. 24, 1867-Jan. 15, 1919. 

WWa June 15, 1860-June 6, 1862. 

882. WATERTOWN WEEKLY REGISTER (w) Mar. 5, 

1850-Nov. 4, 1854. 
Title varies: Democratic State Register, 1850-Sept. 1853. 
Editors: Edwin B. Quiner. 

WHi complete. 

883. REPORTER (w) Apr. 11, 1931-July 14, 1932. 
Editors: John J. Jansky. 

884. REPRESENTATIVE (w) Sept. 1857-Feb. 1858. 
Editors: M. Cullaton. 

WATERTOWN REPUBLICAN, see Watertown News. 

885. ROCK RIVER JEFFERSONIAN (w) Oct. 13, 1847-Feb. 
1850. 

Title varies: Rock River Pilot, 1847-1849. 

Editors: George Hyer and Nelson Whitney, 1847-Jan. 1848; Whitney and William 

T. Butler, Jan. 1848-1850. 

Followed by Democratic State Register. 

WHi Oct. 13, 1847-Oct. 4, 1848. 

886. WATERTOWN TIMES (w) Mar. 22-Sept. 1855. 
Editors: William T. Butler and George Hyer. 

887. WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES (d) Nov. 23, 1895 to 
date. 

Editors: James P. Holland, 1895-1932; John D. Clifford, 1932 to date. 
WHi Jan. 15, 1919 to date. 

888. WATERTOWN TRANSCRIPT (w) Jan. 15-Mar. 16, 
1859. 

Editors: M. Cullaton. 

Followed by Waukesha Freeman. 

889. WATERTOWN TRIBUNE (w) Oct. 12, 1934-1936. 
Editors: William J. Raue, Oct.-Dec. 1934; Carl A. Winther, Jan.-Aug. 1935; M. J. 
Rich, Sept. 1935-1936. 

WHi Oct. 26, 1934-Dec. 20, 1935. 

116 



890. VOLKSZEITUNG (w) Sept. 1857-1860. 

Editors: Carl Schurz and Herman von Lindermann. 
In German. 

891. WATERTOWN WELTBURGER (w) Aug. 27, 1857- 
Dec. 2, 1932. 

Published at Winona, Minn.: Mar. 1930-1932. 

Title varies: Weltburger und Anzeiger, Feb.-Oct. 1858. 

Editors: Emil Rothe, 1857-1858; Rothe and David Blumenfeld, 1859-1862; Blum- 

enfeld, 1862-Sept. 1905; Miller and Schroeder, Sept. 1905-June 1906; Otto R. 

Krueger and Gustav Schwendke, June 1906-1930; Emil Kehl, 1930-1932. 

In German. 

WHi Sept. 7, 1901-Dec. 2, 1932. 

WWa Aug. 4, 1860-Dec. 24, 1904. 



117 



Juneau County 



ELROY 

ELROY CHRONICLE, see Juneau County Chronicle 
(Mauston). 

892. ELROY HEADLIGHT (w) Apr. 30, 1874-May 11, 1876. 
Editors: M. F. Stookey and L. M. Conn, Apr-Dec. 1874; Stookey and Jewett P. 
Cooper, Dec. 1874-Aug. 1875; Cooper, Aug. 1875-1876. 

WHi Feb. 4, 1875-May 11, 1876. 

JUNEAU COUNTY CHRONICLE, see under Mauston. 
JUNEAU COUNTY PLAIN TALKER, see Plaintalker. 

893. ELROY LEADER-TRIBUNE (w, sw) Sept. 1, 1898 to 
date. 

Title varies: Elroy Leader, 1898-May 1922. 

Editors: Cassius L. Coward, 1898-Sept. 1900; E. T. Hale, Oct. 1900-Jan. 1903; Wil- 
liam C. Showers, Feb. 1903-June 1917; O. L. Whitehill, June 1917-May 1922; 
Whitehill and Leslie P. Shear, May 1922-1941; John B. Hanson, 1941-May 1943; 
Oliver R. Witte, May 1943-Nov. 1951; Philip J. Egan, Dec. 1951 to date. 

WHi Sept. 1, 1898-Aug. 21, 1913; Sept. 11, 1915-Dec. 31, 1940; Nov. 5, 

1943 to date. 

894. PLAINTALKER (w) Oct. 4, 1876-Sept. 27, 1883. 

Title varies: Juneau County Plain Talker, 1876-Jan. 1878. 

Editors: E. C. Kibbe, 1876-Apr. 1881; N. B. Wilkinson and D. C. Talbot, Apr. 

1881-Oct. 1882; Talbot, Oct. 1882-1883. 

Merged with Elroy Leader. 

WHi Jan. 3, 1877-Sept. 27, 1883. 

895. STATESMAN (w) 1881-1894. 
Editors: D. C. Talbot. 

Merged with Union Center Herald. 

896. ELROY TRIBUNE (w) Nov. 2, 1881-May 4, 1922. 
Editors: C. M. Hobart and D. T. Lindley, 1881-May 1882; D. T. Lindley, May 
1882-July 1883; T. Lindley, July 1883-May 1884; T. K. Dunn, June 1884-Apr. 
1905; Maude V. Dunn, Apr. 1905-1908; D. E. Williams, 1908-1909; H. H. Dunn, 
1909-1922. 

Merged with Elroy Leader. 

WHi Nov. 16, 1881-Dec. 30, 1920. 

897. ELROY UNION (w) Jan. 11, 1873-Jan. 8, 1874. 

Editors: Peter Richards and John H. Powers, Jan.-Sept. 1873; Richards, Sept. 
1873-1874. 

WHi complete. 

898. WISCONSIN STATESMAN (w) Oct.-Dec. 1875. 
Editors: D. C. Talbot. 

118 



MAUSTON 

899. JUNEAU COUNTY CHRONICLE (w) Mar. 19, 1890 to 
date. 

Title varies: Elroy Chronicle, 1890-Nov. 1892. 

Editors: M. S. Parker, 1890-Sept. 1895; Willard Temple and E. S. Wetherby, Sept. 
1895-1899; Temple, 1900-Sept. 1901; A. J. Cammack, Sept. 1901-May 1902; Cam- 
mack and Temple, May 1902-1904; Temple, 1905-May 1917; Temple and S. H. 
Brown, June 1917-May 1923; Brown, June 1923-Apr. 1924; Temple, May 1924- 
Apr. 1928; Robert J. Temple, Apr. 1928-1950; Oliver R. Witte, 1951-July 1956; 
Witte and Richard E. Hansen, July 1956 to date. 
WHi complete. 

900. JUNEAU COUNTY RUNDSCHAU (w) 1885-1893 [?]. 
Editors: Frank Heidt. 

In German. 

901. JUNEAU COUNTY SUN (w) Jan. 28, 1885-Nov. 19, 
1890. 

Editors: William C. Brawley and E. S. Wetherby, Jan -Nov. 1885; Brawley and 
Oscar W. Parker, Nov. 1885-Jan. 1887; Brawley, Jan. 1887-1889; D. T. Lindley, 
Jan.-Nov. 1890. 
Merged with Mauston Star. 

WHi Mar. 13, 1885-Nov. 19, 1890. 

902. MAUSTON STAR (w) June 10, 1857 to date. 

Editors: David McBride, 1857-June 1858; B. E. Stevens, June 1858-June 1860; 
Stevens and John Turner, June 1860-Dec. 1861; Turner, Dec. 1861-Aug. 1878; J. 
T. and C. G. Sprague, Sept. 1878-Oct. 1897; Turner, Nov. 1897-Aug. 1917; Frank 
H. and B. D. Hanson, Aug. 1917-Jan. 1919; B. D. Hanson, Jan. 1919-1934; John B. 
Hanson, 1934-May 1946; W. K. Daetwyler, May 1946-1950; Delbert C. Du Mez, 
1951 to date. 

WHi June 17-Nov. 20, 1857; June 22, 1859 to date. 



NECEDAH 

903. NECEDAH MARQUEE (w) June 25, 1953 to date. 
Editors: June McDonald. 

WHi complete. 

904. NECEDAH PRESS (w) 1879-1881 [?]. 
Editors: Press Pub. Co. 

905. NECEDAH REPUBLICAN (w) Aug. 23, 1884-May 29, 
1952. 

Editors: Clarence M. Hutchinson, 1884-Apr. 1909; Roy L. Ware, Apr. 1909-Mar. 
1939; Leroy Eaton, Apr. 1939-1952. 

WHi Sept. 6, 1884-May 29, 1952. 

906. YELLOW RIVER LUMBERMAN (w) Oct. 13, 1881- 
Dec. 1884. 

Title varies: Necedah Signal, 1881-Jan. 1883. 

Editors: Thomas McConnell, 1881-May 1882; William C. Brawley, June 1882- 
Jan. 1883; Brawley and Clarence M. Hutchinson, Jan-May 1883; Brawley and E. 
S. Wetherby, May 1883-1884. 
Followed by Juneau County Sun (Mauston) . 
WHi Oct. 13, 1881-Oct. 25, 1883. 

119 



NEW LISBON 

907. JUNEAU COUNTY ARGUS (w) 1856-Nov. 6, 1862; Mar. 
1863-Dec. 16, 1908. 

Editors: Jabez H. Wells, 1856-Feb. 1862; N. V. Chandler, Feb.-Nov. 1862; E. 
Miller and John M. Stowell, Mar.-Oct. 1863; Wells, Oct. 1863-June 1864; M. F. 
Carney, July 1864-Jan. 1883; A. A. Young, Jan.-Apr. 1883; A. C. Wilkinson, Apr. 
1883-May 1884; Jay R. Hinckley, May 1884-1890; Charles A. Leicht, 1890-1894; 
A. J. Shrake, 1894-1900; E. N. Hurd, 1900-1908. 
Merged with New Lisbon Times. 

WHi Jan. 1-Dec. 17, 1859; Feb. 22-Nov. 6, 1862; Sept. 28, 1864-Jan. 5, 

1888. 

908. NEW LISBON NEWS (w) 1887-1889 [?]. 
Editors: H. H. Dunn. 

909. NEW LISBON REPUBLICAN (w) June 1855-Jan. 1863. 
Editors: R. B. Rice, 1855-1857; J. W. Bright, 1857-1858; Rice, 1858-1863. 

910. NEW LISBON TIMES (w) Mar. 13, 1895 to date. 
Editors: Charles A. Leicht, 1895-Dec. 1908; Donald M. Leicht, Dec. 1908-Aug. 
1914; Charles A. Leicht, Jr., Sept. 1914-1949; Laurence L. Arnold, 1950 to date. 

WHi complete. 



UNION CENTER 
911. HERALD-STATESMAN (w) 1882-Mar. 1895. 

Title varies: Union Center Herald, 1882-1894. 
Editors: H. H. Dunn. 



WONEWOC 

912. WONEWOC ENTERPRISE (w) Oct. 5, 1881-Oct. 29, 
1885. 

Editors: Duane Mowry, 1881-Oct. 1884; Oscar W. Parker, Oct. 1884-1885. 
Merged with Juneau County Sun (Mauston) . 
WHi complete. 

913. WONEWOC GAZETTE (w) Oct. 17, 1894-Dec. 13, 1900. 
Editors: H. H. Dunn. 

Merged with Wonewoc Reporter. 

WHi Feb. 6, 1895-Dec. 13, 1900. 

914. WONEWOC REPORTER (w) Apr. 1876 to date. 
Editors: George Schlosser, 1876-1881; T. K. Dunn, 1881-1885; W. F. Hill, 1885- 
1886; Grant H. Lawton, 1886-1887; John Price, Jr., 1887-1890; Hill, 1890-1894; 
A. Carter, 1894-1900; Hill, 1900-Apr. 1901; Seymour E. Bronson, Apr. 1901-Apr. 
1902; H. H. Dunn, Apr. 1902-June 1904; Osman D. Whitehill, July 1904-Apr. 
1917; Leslie P. Shear, May 1917-May 1922; Russell B. Colman, June 1922-June 
1927; Louis B. Colman, June 1927-Apr. 1928; V. O. Fuller, Apr. 1928-Mar. 1941; 
Dorothy Fuller, Apr. 1941-Jan. 1946; Walter S. Cary, Feb. 1946 to date. 

WHi Sept. 6, 1900 to date. 

915. WONEWOC SANDWICH (w) 1893-1894[?]. 

120 



Kenosha County 



KENOSHA 

916. KENOSHA AIGREDOUX AND ILLUSTRATED DIME 

(irreg) Dec. 18, 1857-1861 [?]. 

Published by Kenosha Tribune and Telegraph. 

917. KENOSHA BLADE (w) 1890-1894 [?]. 
Editors: H. W. Marden. 

918. CHRONICLE (w) Dec. 16, 1877-1878. 

919. KENOSHA COURIER (w) Oct. 18, 1879-Sept. 27, 1888. 
Title varies: Kenosha Democrat, 1879-Dec. 1880. 

Editors: Ben A. Cole and George W. Warvelle, 1879-May 1882; Cole and W. B. 
Martindale, May 1882-Feb. 1883; Martindale and E. S. Cook, Feb. 1883-1885; 
Martindale, 1885-Sept. 1887; Levi A. Cass, Sept. 1887-1888. 
Merged with Kenosha Telegraph. 

WHi Oct. 18, 1879-Jan. 31, 1884. 

WKHi Oct. 18, 1879-Sept. 23, 1880; Dec. 9, 1881-Sept. 27, 1888. 

920. KENOSHA DEMOCRAT (sw, w) Apr. 23, 1850-Nov. 26, 
1856. 

Suspended: Feb.-June 1851. 

Editors: James T. Hildreth, 1850-Jan. 1851; George H. Paul, June 1851-May 1854; 
John M. Coe, May 1854-Apr. 1856; Thomas H. Hodder, Apr.-Nov. 1856. 
WHi complete. 

921. KENOSHA DEMOCRAT (w) Sept. 9, 1859-Aug. 30, 1861. 
Editors: S. Cadwallader. 

WHi complete. 

KENOSHA DEMOCRAT (1879-1880), see Kenosha Cour- 
ier. 

922. KENOSHA TRI-WEEKLY EXPERIMENT (tw) Jan. 
1850-1851 [?]. 

Editors: Charles C. Sholes. 

923. KENOSHA FREE PRESS (w) 1925-1931 [?]. 

Editors: C. E. Murphy. 

924. KENOSHA GAZETTE (w) 1887-1902 [? J . 

Editors: Rudolph and Frank C. Culley, 1887-1892; Frank C. Culley, 1892-1902. 

925. KENOSHA GAZETTE (d) 1890-1902 [?]. 
WKHi May 1890-Nov. 1891; Mar.-Dec. 1892. 

121 



926. KENOSHA EVENING HERALD (d) Feb. 22, 1919-Sept. 
24, 1921. 

Editors: J. E. Hansell. 

WKHi complete. 

927. INDEPENDENT (w) Dec. 25, 1893-1896. 
Editors: H. W. Marden. 

928. KENOSHA JOURNAL (w) 1909-1911 [?]. 
Editors: William L. Odett and A. F. Leopold. 

929. KENOSHA COUNTY REPUBLICAN (w) Jan. 24, 1872- 
July 9, 1873. 

Editors: Henry O. Sholes. 
WHi complete. 

930. KENOSHA KICKER (w) 1898-1900[?]. 
Editors: H. W. Marden. 

931. KENOSHA LEADER (w) 1887-1891 [?]. 

Editors: H. L. Hackett, 1887-1889: Hackett and H. W. Marden, 1889-1891. 
WKHi June 24, 1887-Dec. 27, 1889. 

932. DAILY LEDGER (d) Jime-Oct. 1849. 

Editors: Henry O. Sholes and Myron S. Barnes. 

933. DAILY LEDGER (d) Oct.-Nov. 1851. 

934. KENOSHA EVENING NEWS (d) Sept. 22, 1894 to date. 
Editors: F. H. Hall, 1894-Oct. 1896; Eugene R. Head, Oct. 1896-Nov. 1897; Head 
and G. P. Hewitt, Nov. 1897-Sept. 1901; Head and Samuel S. Simmons, Sept. 1901- 
Sept. 1915; Walter T. Marlatt, Sept. 1915-1926; Ernest F. Marlatt, 1926-1947; R. S. 
Kingsley, 1947 to date. 

WHi Jan. 12, 1895 to date. 
WK Sept. 1900 to date. 
WKHi Oct. 22, 1894 to date. 

935. SOUTHPORT AMERICAN (w) Sept. 23, 1841-Oct. 10, 
1849. 

Editors: J. B. Jilson and N. P. Dowst, Sept.-Dec. 1841; Wallace Mygatt, 1842-June 
1843; Louis P. Harvey, June 1843-Sept. 1845; Harvey and Alvin B. Tobey, Sept. 
1845-Nov. 1846; Tobey, Nov. 1846-Sept. 1847; Mygatt, Sept. 1847-Mar. 1848; 
Henry O. Sholes, Mar. 1848-May 1849; Sholes and Myron S. Barnes, June-Oct. 
1849. 

WHi Sept. 30-Dec. 30, 1841; June 29, 1843-Oct. 10, 1849. 

WKHi Oct. 4, 1845-Sept. 26, 1846. 

SOUTHPORT TELEGRAPH, see Telegraph-Courier. 

936. KENOSHA DAILY TELEGRAPH (d) Feb. 14-Dec. 29, 
1854. 

Editors: Christopher L. Sholes and James Densmore. 
WHi complete. 
WKHi complete. 

122 



937. TELEGRAPH-COURIER (w) June 16, 1840-Dec. 26, 
1946. 

Title varies: Southport Telegraph, 1840-Mar. 1850; Kenosha Telegraph, Mar. 
1850-1854; June 1860-Sept. 1888; Kenosha Tribune and Telegraph, 1855-June 
1859; Kenosha Telegraph and Tribune, June 1859-June 1860. 
Editors: Charles C. Sholes, June-July 1840; Christopher L. Sholes and Michael 
Frank, July 1840-June 1842; Frank, June 1842-Aug. 1843; Christopher L. Sholes, 
Sept. 1843-Apr. 1857; S. S. Schoff and John A. Butts, Apr. 1857-Mar. 1858; Butts 
and Frank, Mar .-Sept. 1858; Leander Stone and S. C. Winegar, Sept. 1858-Oct. 
1860; Schoff and Winegar, Oct. 1860-Aug. 1862; Schoff, Aug. 1862-Aug. 1867; 
Frank and Charles C. Sholes, Aug. 1867-Oct. 1868; Hays McKinley, Oct. 1868-Jan. 
1880; John A. Killeen, Feb. 1880-Oct. 1888; Levi A. Cass, Oct. 1888-Aug. 1891; 
F. H. Hall, Aug. 1891-Oct. 1896. 
Published by Kenosha Evening News: Oct. 1896-1946. 

WHi June 16, 1840-June 23, 1843; Sept. 5, 1843-Nov. 12, 1891; Jan. 3, 

1895-Dec. 26, 1946. 

WKHi Oct. 4, 1845-Sept. 26, 1846; June 30, 1847-Jan. 5, 1855; June 16, 

1859-Dec. 26, 1946. 

938. KENOSHA TIMES (w) July 2, 1857-Jan. 29, 1863. 
Editors: D. Cassius McVean and Isaac D. George, July-Sept. 1857; George, Sept. 
1857-Apr. 1859; John A. Butts, May 1859-Jan. 1861; Butts and McVean, Jan -Sept. 
1861; Butts, Sept. 1861-Feb. 1862; J. A. Harrison and Josiah Bond, Feb.-May 1862; 
Bond and S. A. Taylor, May 1862-1863. 

WHi complete. 

WKHi July 2, 1857-Apr. 29, 1859. 

939. KENOSHA TRIBUNE (w) July 8, 1852-Dec. 28, 1854. 
Editors: John A. Butts and George R. West, 1852-Oct. 1853; Butts and S. S. Schoff, 
Oct. 1853-1854. 

Merged with Kenosha Telegraph. 
WHi complete. 

KENOSHA TRIBUNE AND TELEGRAPH, see Tele- 
graph-Courier. 

940. KENOSHA UNION (w) June 28, 1866-Apr. 30, 1909. 
Editors: Isaac W. Webster and George Hutchinson, 1866-June 1867; Webster, July 
1867-Aug. 1875; John A. Killeen, Sept. 1875-1909. 

WHi complete. 

WKHi June 28, 1866-June 1, 1876; June 16, 1881-Dec. 1908. 

941. KENOSHA VOLKSFREUND (w) Feb. 1892-1919. 
Editors: Adolph Fischer, 1892-Sept. 1894; John Haug, Oct. 1894-Feb. 1895; N. J. 
Buchmann, Feb. 1895-June 1896; George Giegold, July 1896-1900; Lewis Ewe, 
1900-1915; Tillie Holmes, 1915-1919. 

In German. 

WHi Apr. 6, 1893-Oct. 1, 1896. 



SILVER LAKE 

942. SILVER LAKE CLIPPER (w) 1889-1892 [?]. 

Published at Antioch, 111. 

123 



SLADES CORNERS 

943. MUGWUMP (w) Sept. 9, 1892-1941. 

Editors: Paul E. Sauer, 1892-1910; Paul J. Sauer, 1910-1941, 



SOUTHPORT 

(see Kenosha) 

TREVOR 

944. TREVOR TREVORITE (w) 1889-1892 [?] 

Published at Antioch, 111. 



TWIN LAKES 

945. WESTERN KENOSHA COUNTY REPORTER (w) 

1934-1955 [?]. 

Title varies: Twin Lakes Reporter, 1934-Mar. 1955. 

Editors: Albert L. Johnson, 1934-Aug. 1949; Albert H. Hagerty, Aug. 1949-1955. 
WHi Apr. 25, 1946-Apr. 14, 1955. 



WILMOT 

946. AGITATOR (w) Jan. 11, 1901-Feb. 8, 1913. 
Editors: R. B. Swenson. 

WHi complete. 

947. WILMOT JOURNAL (w) 1890-1891 [?]. 

Published at Antioch, 111. 

948. WILMOT WITNESS (w) 1 888-1890 [?]. 

Published at Antioch, 111. 






124 



Kewaunee County 



AHNAPEE 

(see Algoma) 



ALGOMA 

949. ALGOMA HERALD (w) Nov. 1913-Jan. 31, 1918. 
Editors: G. I. McDonald, 1913-Nov. 1915; F. J. Walters and Harry H. Heidmann, 
Nov. 1915-1918. 

Merged with Algoma Record. 

WHi Nov. 5, 1914-Jan. 31, 1918. 

950. DAILY NEWS (d) Sept.-Nov. 1878. 

Published by Ahnapee Record. 

951. ALGOMA PRESS (w) Oct. 6, 1897-Sept. 19, 1901. 
Editors: Michael McDonald. 

WHi complete. 

952. ALGOMA RECORD-HERALD (w) June 12, 1873 to date. 
Title varies: Ahnapee Record, 1873-Sept. 1897; Algoma Record, Sept. 1897-Feb. 
1918. 

Editors: George W. Wing and Charles W. Borgman, 1873-Sept. 1874; William H. 
Seymour, Sept. 1874-May 1876; George W. Wing and DeWayne W. Stebbins, May 
1876-May 1877; Hiram D. Wing, May 1877-Aug. 1879; Charles J. Barnes, Aug. 
1879-Sept. 1881; M. T. Parker and Henry Overbeck, Jr., Sept. 1881-May 1884; 
Stebbins, May 1884-Oct. 1897; Joseph E. Harris, Oct. 1897-Oct. 1898; Herbert J. 
Sanderson and W. H. Machia, Nov. 1898-Mar. 1902; Machia and Edward Decker, 
Jr., Apr. 1902-Sept. 1904; Machia, Sept. 1904-June 1907; Frank I. Elliott, June 
1907-Feb. 1918; F. J. Walters and Harry H. Heidmann, Feb.-Nov. 1918; Heid- 
mann, Nov. 1918-1951; Harold F. Heidmann, 1952 to date. 
WHi Jan. 8, 1874 to date. 



KEWAUNEE 

953. KEWAUNEE ENTERPRISE (w) June 22, 1859 to date. 

Title varies: Kewaunee County Enterprise, Oct. 1859-1868. 

Editors: Edward Decker and D. D. Garland, 1859-1862; Decker, 1863-1868; John 
M. Read, 1869-Mar. 1881; Caroline M. Read and John M. Shea, Mar. 1881-July 
1882; H. W. Hamilton, Jr., Aug.-Dec. 1882; August C. Voshardt, 1883-Feb. 1901; 
George C. Garland, Feb. 1901-Apr. 1902; William Rogers and Frank J. Clark, 
Apr.-Dec. 1902; Hamilton F. Masse, 1903-Aug. 1918; James H. Kampo, Aug. 1918- 
Feb. 1928; Charles H. Schneider, Feb. 1928-July 1934; Charles F. Temby and John 
R. Karel, Aug. 1934-May 1943; Temby, June 1943 to date. 
WHi complete. 

J 25 



954. KEWAUNEE COUNTY BANNER (w) 1887-1926. 
Editors: Lynch and Bruemmer, 1887-1888; Bruemmer and Haney, 1889-1890; L. 
H. Maring, 1891-1893; Werner Hager, 1894-1895; Otto J. Ahnert, 1895-1926. 

In German. 

WHi Feb. 1, 1906-Aug. 20, 1925. 

955. KEWAUNEE COUNTY PRESS (w) July 1, 1918-Feb. 
1928. 

Editors: W. H. Johns, 1918-1919; Charles Hoffman, 1919-1924; Charles H. 
Schneider, 1924-1928. 

956. KEWAUNSKE LISTY (w) Jan. 27, 1892-1917. 

Editors: J. V. Lunak, 1892-1895; Lunak and Joseph H. Janda, 1895-1904; Janda, 

1905-1917. 

In Bohemian. 

WHi Jan. 27, 1892-Apr. 11, 1917. 

957. NEW ERA (w) Aug. 19, 1881-1895. 

Editors: D. B. Harrington, 1891-Apr. 1893; Benjamin F. Fagg, Apr.-July 1893; 
Charles Brenner, July 1893-Mar. 1894; A. Landgraf, Jr., Mar. 1894-1895. 
WHi Aug. 19, 1891-Dec. 19, 1894. 

958. KEWAUNEE STAR (w) Oct. 1934-1935 [?]. 
Editors: Carl Schneider. 

959. TIMES (w) Jan. 30, 1883-Jan. 24, 1884. 
Editors: John M. Shea. 

WHi complete. 



LUXEMBURG 

960. LUXEMBURG NEWS (w) Feb. 26, 1909 to date. 
Editors: John Famerlee and August J. Salmon, Feb.-Aug. 1909; Famerlee and 
Benjamin F. Fagg, Aug. 1909-Mar. 1910; Famerlee and Frank J. Salmon, Mar- 
June 1910; Salmon, June 1910-1916; G. I. McDonald, 1917-July 1919; Earl A. 
Balza, Aug. 1919-Oct. 1920; John R. Karel, Oct. 1920-Oct. 1921; Balza, Oct. 1921- 
Nov. 1937; Charles F. Temby, Nov. 1937 to date. 

WHi complete. 

961. LUXEMBURG TIMES (w) 1908-Feb. 1909. 

Editors: G. I. McDonald. 






126 



La Crosse County 



BANGOR 

962. BANGOR INDEPENDENT (w) Nov. 1887 to date. 
Editors: John A. Haines, 1887-Oct. 1890; Richard W. Davis, Nov. 1890-Aug. 1896; 
Frank B. Gesler, Aug. 1896-Oct. 1908; W. F. Durnal, Oct. 1908-Nov. 1912; Gesler, 
Nov. 1912-Jan. 1933; Gertrude Gesler, Jan. 1933-Aug. 1948; John Bosshard and 
Mrs. E. A. Meier, Sept. 1948-1951; Mrs. Meier, 1951 to date. 

WHi Oct. 7, 1943 to date. 

963. BANGOR NEWS (w) 1 897-1 898 [ ? ] . 
Editors: Richard W. Davis. 



HOLMEN 

964. HOLMEN TIMES (w) Dec. 19, 1946-Oct. 31, 1952. 

Editors: Everett B. Lund, 1946-Apr. 1950; Neil E. Nelson, May 1950-Jan. 1952; 
D. W. Griswold, Feb.-Oct. 1952. 
Merged with La Crosse County Record (Onalaska) . 
WHi complete. 



LA CROSSE 

965. ABEND STERN (d) Sept. 1892-1912. 
Published by Nordstern. 

In German. 

966. AMERIKA (w) June 18, 1868-Dec. 30, 1872. 
In Norwegian. 

IaDeL Aug. 27, 1868-Dec. 30, 1872. 

967. LA CROSSE ARGUS (w) Apr. 4, 1896-Sept. 26, 1913. 
Editors: Frank Geisenheimer and Elias A. Calkins, 1896-Apr. 1902; Geisenheimer 
and Fred A. Hartwell, Apr. 1902-Mar. 1904; Geisenheimer, Mar. 1904-Oct. 1908; 
John L. Utermoehl, Oct. 1908-June 1910; George B. Frederick, July 1910-Feb. 
1911; Frederick and Wenzel M. Dvorak, Feb. 1911-1913. 

WHi Apr. 4, 1896-Mar. 27, 1897; Jan. 1, 1898-Sept. 26, 1913. 

968. LA CROSSE WEEKLY APPEAL (w) Mar. 13-Apr. 1861. 
Editors: Theodore Rodolf and A. P. Blakeslee. 

969. LA CROSSE DAILY BADGER (d) Dec. 11-31, 1895. 
Editors: F. S. Nash. 



970. BOOSTER (w) 1892-1893 [?]. 

Editors: J. M. Momeny. 

127 



971. BOYCOTTS NEWS BUDGET (w) Nov. 1892-1902. 
Editors: Walter J. Boycott, 1892-1895; John Baenziger, 1895-1899; Boycott, 1899- 
1902. 

972. LA CROSSE SUNDAY CHRONICLE (w) Nov. 8, 1878- 
Jan. 14, 1917. 

Title varies: Chronicle, 1878-June 1906. 

WHi Feb. 14, 1879-Dec. 27, 1906; July 7, 1912-Jan. 14, 1917. 

973. LA CROSSE MORNING CHRONICLE (d) Aug. 1, 1878- 
June 30, 1912. 

Editors: Ellis B. Usher and Robert F. Howard, 1878-Nov. 1879; Usher, Nov. 1879- 
Mar. 1901; Charles K. Lush, Mar. 1901-Nov. 1902; W. E. Barber, Nov. 1902-Apr. 
1906; Roland B. Gelatt, Apr. 1906-1917. 
Merged with La Crosse Leader-Press. 

WHi complete. 

WLc complete. 

974. LA CROSSE COURIER (w) 1885-1894. 
Title varies: La Crosse, 1885- [?]. 

Editors: C. H. Brown. 

975. LA CROSSE DEMOCRAT (w) Apr. 26, 1853-May 1, 1854. 
Editors: Chase A. Stevens and William C. Rogers. 

Followed by La Crosse National Democrat. 
WHi complete. 
WLc complete. 

976. LA CROSSE DEMOCRAT (w) Nov. 1859-July 1872. 
Title varies: Union and Democrat, 1859-Mar. 1861. 

Followed by Liberal Democrat. 

WHi Sept. 6, 1861-Mar. 5, 1866. 
WLc Sept. 6, 1861-Mar. 5, 1866. 

977. LA CROSSE DEMOCRAT (d, tw) Oct. 15, 1859-July 
1872. 

Title varies: La Crosse Daily Union, Oct.-Nov. 1859; Daily Union and Democrat, 

Nov. 1859-May 1860; La Crosse Tri- Weekly Union and Democrat, May-Nov. 1860; 

La Crosse Tri-Weekly Democrat, Dec. 1860-1862; Daily Democrat, 1862-Sept. 1869; 

La Crosse Evening Democrat, Sept. 1869-1872. 

Editors: C. P. Sykes and Alfred P. Swineford, 1859-May 1860; Marcus M. Pome- 

roy and Fred A. Moore, May-Nov. 1860; Pomeroy, Dec. 1860-Nov. 1868; John 

Symes and Alfred E. Haven, Dec. 1868-Aug. 1871; Symes and George W. Peck, 

Aug. 1871-1872. 

Followed by Morning Liberal Democrat. 

WHi Oct. 15, 1859-June 2, 1862; June 2, 1863-Dec. 30, 1865; July 2, 

1866-Dec. 30, 1871. 

WLc Oct. 15, 1859-June 2, 1862; June 2, 1863-Dec. 30, 1865; July 2, 

1866-Dec. 30, 1871. 

978. LA CROSSE DAILY DEMOCRAT (d) Apr. 1879-Apr. 
1880. 

Editors: Marcus M. Pomeroy and A. S. Foote. 
Followed by La Crosse Daily News. 

WLc May 27-Aug. 31, 1879. 

128 



979. LA CROSSE DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL (w) Jan. 1- 
Dec. 30, 1863. 

Editors: A. P. Blakeslee and G. W. Walrath, Jan.-June; A. P. and J. P. Blakeslee, 

July-Dec. 

Merged with La Crosse Democrat. 

WHi June 17-Dec. 30, 1863. 

980. DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG (w) 1878-1879 [?]. 
Editors: Henry Krumme. 

In German. 

981. FAEDRELANDET OG EMIGRANTEN (w) Jan. 14, 
1864-Dec. 28, 1892. 

Published at Minneapolis: 1885-1892. 

Title varies: Faedrelandet, 1864-Aug. 1868. 

Editors: Johannes Schroeder and F. Fleischer, 1864-1870; Fleischer, 1870-1878; F. 

A. Husher, 1879-1892. 

In Norwegian. 

WHi complete. 

IaDeL complete. 

MnSL complete. 

982. FOLKEVENNEN (w) Aug. 11, 1893-Feb. 9, 1895. 
Editors: Martin Bergh and A. C. Tosterud. 

In Norwegian. 

IaDeL complete. 

983. LA CROSSE FREE PRESS (w) Nov. 5, 1876-Sept. 1877. 
Title varies: Sunday Morning Free Press, 1876-Feb. 1877. 

Editors: A. S. Foote and A. C. Smith, 1876-Feb. 1877; William M. Doty, Feb.-Sept. 
1877. 

Followed by Northwestern Teetotaler. 
WHi Feb. 25-July 21, 1877. 

984. GATEWAY CITY REVIEW (w) 1891-1892 [?]. 
Editors: Charles H. Morrison. 

985. HEROLD UND VOLKSFREUND (w) Dec. 22, 1876-Oct. 
16, 1920. 

Published at Reedsburg: 1876-1891. 

Published at Winona, Minn.: Oct. 1918-1920. 

Title varies: Sauk County Herold, 1876-1891. 

Editors: Wilhelm Raetzmann and Richard Porsch, 1876-1891; Raetzmann and 

John Baenziger, 1891-May 1898; Baenziger, May 1898-Aug. 1902; Maximilian 

Hahn, Aug. 1902-May 1903; Gerhard A. Kuehn, May 1903-1920. 

In German. 

WHi Jan. 15, 1898-Oct. 16, 1920. 

LA CROSSE INDEPENDENT REPUBLICAN, see Re- 
publican and Leader. 

986. LA CROSSE EVENING JOURNAL (d) Mar. 14-Apr. 
16, 1904. V 

Editors: Arthur J. Schaus and A. K. Johnson. 
WHi complete. 

LA CROSSE, see La Crosse Courier. 
129 



987. LA CROSSE COUNTY NEWS (w) 1902-1909 [?]. 
Editors: H. E. Wheaton. 

988. LA CROSSE LEADER (w) Aug. 14, 1869-Aug. 11, 1871. 
WHi complete. 

989. LA CROSSE MORNING LEADER (d) Aug. 10, 1869- 
Aug. 5, 1871. 

Editors: Lute A. and Horace A. Taylor. 
Merged with La Crosse Daily Republican. 

WHi Aug. 10, 1869-Apr. 30, 1871. 

990. LA CROSSE LEADER-PRESS (d) Oct. 25, 1859-June 8, 
1860; Aug. 1, 1864-Jan. 20, 1917. 

Title varies: La Crosse Daily Republican, 1859-Aug. 1871; Daily Republican and 
Leader, Aug. 1871-June 1903. 

Editors: Charles Seymour and Joseph S. Elwell, 1859-Oct. 1867; Seymour and E. 
A. Andrews, Oct. 1867-Oct. 1870; Seymour and William R. Finch, Oct. 1870-Aug. 
1871; Leonard Lottridge and Lute A. Taylor, Aug. 1871-Mar. 1873; William Nel- 
son, Mar. 1873-1874; William R. Finch, 1874-June 1903; Roland B. Gelatt and 
Frank W. Leahy, June 1903-1917. 
Merged with La Crosse Tribune. 

WHi July 5, 1866-Dec. 23, 1870; Aug. 15, 1871-Dec. 30, 1873; Jan. 2, 

1875-June 30, 1890; Jan. 2, 1891-Jan. 20, 1917. 

WLc Jan. 2, 1891-Jan. 20, 1917. 

991. LIBERAL DEMOCRAT (w) July 1872-Aug. 1878. 

992. MORNING LIBERAL DEMOCRAT (d) July 11, 1872- 
July 31, 1878. 

Editors: John Symes and George W. Peck, 1872-1874; Ellis P. Usher, 1874-1878. 
Followed by La Crosse Morning Chronicle. 

WHi July 1, 1873-Apr. 28, 1874; Apr. 1, 1875-July 31, 1878. 

WLc complete. 

993. LA CROSSE WEEKLY MIRROR (w) Sept. 3, 1860- 
Mar. 4, 1861. 

Editors: Harry Hayden. 

994. MORGENSTERN (w) Mar. 10, 1891 -Sept. 13, 1921. 
Title varies: Nordstern Blaetter, 1891-Feb. 1914. 

Published by Nordstern. 
In German. 

WHi complete. 

995. LA CROSSE NATIONAL DEMOCRAT (w) July 1854- 
Oct. 25, 1859. 

Editors: Cyrus K. Lord and Iheodore Rodolf, July-Oct. 1854; Lord and Fred A. 
Moore, Oct. 1854-Nov. 1855; Moore and A. P. Blakeslee, Nov. 1855-1859. 
Followed by Union and Democrat. 

WHi Oct. 27, 1855-Oct. 25, 1859. 

WLc Oct. 27, 1855-Oct. 25, 1859. 

996. LA CROSSE DAILY NEWS (d) July 13, 1880-Dec. 31, 
1881. 

Editors: J. J. Shuart and Alexander Nevins, June-Dec. 1880; Nevins, Dec. 1880- 
1881. 

WHi Oct. 27, 1880-Dec. 31, 1881. 

WLc July 13, 1880-June 4, 1881. 

130 



997. LA CROSSE NEWS (w) Mar. 26, 1882-Apr. 11, 1891. 

Title varies: Sunday Morning News, 1882-1883; Sunday News, 1884. 
Editors: George M. Read, 1882-Feb. 1886; E. M. Read, Feb. 1886-Feb. 1888; P. W. 
and Fred Z. Alexander, Mar. 1888-Dec. 1889; Paul W. and D. O. Mahoney, Dec. 
1889-Mar. 1891; Carl Dalton, Mar.-Apr. 1891. 
Merged with La Crosse Sun. 
WHi complete. 

998. NORDSTERN (w) Nov. 29, 1856-Sept. 23, 1921. 
Editors: Theodore Rodolf and C. Holbroecks, 1856-Mar. 1857; John Ulrich, Mar. 
1857-Nov. 1883; Adolph Candrian, Nov. 1883-1921. 

In German. 

WHi Dec. 6, 1856-Sept. 23, 1921. 
WLc Dec. 6, 1856-Sept. 23, 1921. 

NORDSTERN BLAETTER, see Morgenstern. 

999. NORTH LA CROSSE BOMBERANG (w) 1890-1891 [?]. 

Editors: George L. Powell. 

1000. NORTH LA CROSSE STAR (w) Oct. 28, 1875-Oct. 29, 
1876. 

Editors: Joseph B. Beach, 1875-1876; B. W. Reynolds, 1876. 

1001. NORTHWESTERN TEETOTALER (w) Sept. 15, 
1877-Sept. 14, 1878. 

Fditors: William M. Doty and John Allison, Sept-Dec. 1877; Allison, Dec. 1877- 
1878. 

WHi complete. 

1002. LA CROSSE PATRIOT (w) 1 888-1902 [?]. 
Editors: Alfred Steckel, 1888-1897; John M. Schultheis, 1897-1902. 
In German. 

PECK'S SUN, see Peck's Sun and Saturday Star (Milwau- 
kee). 

1003. LA CROSSE DAILY PRESS (d) Oct. 24, 1889- June 13, 
1903. 

Editors: Frank O. Smith and Fred W. Burke, 1889-Mar. 1890; Smith and Walter 
S. Luce, Mar.-Dec. 1890; Luce, Dec. 1890-Feb. 1901; Roland B. Gelatt and W. R. 
Nimrocks, Feb. 1901-Feb. 1902; Gelatt and Fred Cowles, Feb. 1902-1903. 
Merged with Daily Republican and Leader. 

WHi Oct. 24, 1889-May 19, 1892; Jan. 28, 1893-June 13, 1903. 

1004. LA CROSSE PRESS-DEMOCRAT (w) 1 898-1902 f?] . 
Editors: John A. Kendall. 

1005. LA CROSSE TRIWEEKLY REPUBLICAN (tw) June 6, 
1860-July 1864. 

Published by Republican and Leader. 

DAILY REPUBLICAN AND LEADER, see La Crosse 
Leader-Press. 

131 



1006. REPUBLICAN AND LEADER (w) Aug. 16, 1854-June 
13, 1903. 

Title varies: La Crosse Independent Republican, 1854-1861; La Crosse Weekly 
Republican, 1861-Aug. 1871. 

Editors: William C. Rogers, 1854-Feb. 1860; Charles Seymour and Leonard Lot- 
tridge, Feb. 1860-May 1862; Seymour, May 1862-Aug. 1871; Lottridge and Lute 
A. Taylor, Aug. 1871-Mar. 1873; William Nelson, Mar. 1873-1874; William R. 
Finch, 1874-June 1903. 

WHi Aug. 16, 1854-Dec. 28, 1859; July 15, 1863-Aug. 17, 1864; Sept. 

18-Dec. 25, 1867; Aug. 19, 1871-Dec. 29, 1899. 

1007. LA CROSSE WEEKLY REVIEW (w) May 10, 1917-May 
10, 1923. 

Editors: Arthur A. Bentley. 
WLc complete. 

SAUK COUNTY HEROLD, see Herold Und Volksfreund. 

1008. SKANDINAVISKE DEMOKRAT (w) June 18, 1868- 
1871[?]. 

Editors: C. F. Johnson. 
In Norwegian. 

IaDeL June 18-Aug. 20, 1868. 

1009. SPIRIT OF THE TIMES (w) Apr. 1852-Apr. 1853. 
Editors: Albert D. and J. La Due. 

Followed by La Crosse Democrat. 

1010. EVENING STAR (d) 1885-1886. 
Editors: Frank O. Smith and Samuel A. Wilder. 

1011. LA CROSSE SUN (w) Feb. 22-July 11, 1891. 

Editors: Carl Dalton. 

WHi Apr. 18-July 11, 1891. 

1012. LA CROSSE TIDENDE (sw) Sept. 4, 1895-Oct. 20, 1897. 
Editors: Sigvard Sorensen and J. L. Hjort. 

In Norwegian. 

WHi Oct. 16, 1895-Oct. 20, 1897. 

1013. LA CROSSE TIMES (w) 1928-1929 [?]. 

Editors: Joseph K. Kidder. 

1014. LA CROSSE TRIBUNE (d) May 16, 1904 to date. 
Editors: Aaron M. Brayton, 1904-1922; Frank H. Burgess, 1922-July 1939; W. T. 
Burgess, July 1939 to date. 

WHi May 16, 1904-Dec. 30, 1905; July 1-Dec. 31, 1906; Mar. 25, 1907- 
Dec. 30, 1910; May 1, 1911 to date. 
WLc Jan. 1, 1905 to date. 

UNION, see La Crosse Democrat. 

UNION AND DEMOCRAT, see La Crosse Democrat. 

1015. VARDEN (w) Aug. 10, 1881 -Apr. 10, 1883. 
Editors: T. J. Widvey. 

In Norwegian. 

IaDeL complete. 

132 



1016. VARDEN (w) 1888-1894 [?]. 

Editors: P. O. Evanson, 1888-1893; O. A. Buslett, 1893-1894. 
In Norwegian. 

1017. VLASTENEC (w) Sept. 1898-1927 [?]. 
Editors: John Soukup. 

In Bohemian. 

WHi Sept. 4, 1903-Aug. 20, 1909; Jan. 6-July 28, 1927. 
WLc Sept. 4, 1903-Aug. 20, 1909; Jan. 6-July 28, 1927. 

1018. VOICE OF THE PEOPLE (w) 1894-1897 [?]. 
Editors: Fred Wehre. 

1019. LA CROSSE VOLKSFREUND (w) Jan. 22, 1891-Oct. 23, 
1918. 

Published by Herold und Volksfreund. 
In German. 

WHi Jan. 6, 1898-Oct. 23, 1918. 



ONALASKA 
1020. RECORD-TIMES (w) Nov. 6, 1885 to date. 

Title varies: La Crosse County Record, 1885-Oct. 1952. 

Editors: Alexander Moran, 1885-Sept. 1888; W. J. Showers, Sept. 1888-1904; Mrs. 
W. J. Showers, 1904-June 1912; J. G. and Ewart G. Showers, June 1912-Mar. 1917; 
Ewart G. Showers, Mar. 1917-1940; Thomas G. Madigan, 1941 to date. 
WHi complete. 



WEST SALEM 

1021. WEST SALEM JOURNAL (w) Sept. 9, 1886 to date. 
Title varies: Nonpareil- Journal, 1900-Aug. 1945. 

Editors: Leonard Lottridge and Andrew McEldowney, 1886-1887; George M. Read, 
1887-1888; S. W. Brown, 1888-1900; Derwood Trimbell, 1900-Nov. 1912; A. M. 
Ivey, Nov. 1912-1913; George E. Sanford, Jan.-Sept. 1914; Glenn W. Garlock, Sept. 
1914-June 1939; Mrs. G. W. Garlock, June 1939-Aug. 1945; D. W. Griswold, Sept. 
1945 to date. 

WHi Aug. 1, 1913 to date. 

1022. NONPAREIL (w) 1895-1900. 

Editors: William M. Pryse, 1895-1896; George W. Hall, 1896-1899; Derwood 

Trimbell, 1899-1900. 

Merged with West Salem Journal. 



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ARGYLE 

1023. ARGYLE ATLAS (w) Dec. 16, 1884 to date. 
Editors: Charles F. Trevitt, 1884-Jan. 1885; George G. Gaskill, Jan. 1885-1936; 
Mrs. G. G. Gaskill, 1936-1937; Edwin S. Schober, 1937-June 1940; James A. McGin- 
nity, July 1940 to date. 

WHi May 29, 1903-Aug. 28, 1920; Jan. 1-Dec. 28, 1939; Oct. 1, 1943 to 

date. 



BELMONT 

1024. BELMONT BEE (w) Mar. 1, 1894-Aug. 22, 1901. 
Editors: Joseph M. Conley and H. A. Bresee, 1894-1895; Conley, 1895-June 1898; 
John M. Chambers, June 1898-1901. 

WHi Mar. 1-Aug. 30, 1894; May 26, 1898-Aug. 22, 1901. 

1025. BELMONT GAZETTE (w) Oct. 25, 1836-Apr. 12, 1837. 
Editors: James Clarke and John B. Russell. 

WHi complete. 

1026. BELMONT SUCCESS (w) May 20, 1903 to date. 
Editors: Thomas C. Snyder, 1903-1926; Donald Benedict, 1926-Mar. 1947; B. C. 
Druliner, Mar. 1947-May 1956; E. Bowden Curtis, June 1956 to date. 

WHi June 18, 1903-Dec. 29, 1905; Feb. 22, 1907-Dec. 30, 1910; Jan. 9, 
1914-Dec. 28, 1917; Jan. 17, 1919-Sept. 7, 1923; Oct. 14, 1943 to date. 



BENTON 

1027. BENTON ADVOCATE (w) Sept. 12, 1901 to date. 
Editors: John M. Chambers, 1901-Sept. 1904; Claude M. Vail, Sept. 1904 to date. 

WHi complete. 

1028. MINING TIMES (w) Dec. 6, 1894-Sept. 1901. 
Editors: H. A. Bresee, 1894-Dec. 1898; J. A. Edwards, Dec. 1898-1901. 
Followed by Benton Advocate. 

WHi Dec. 6, 1894-Dec. 28, 1900. 



BLANCHARDVILLE 

1029. BLANCHARDVILLE BLADE (w) 1887 to date. 
Editors: T. J. Rostad, 1887-1892; F. A. Deam, 1892-1894; S. L. Vickers, 1894- 
1895; W. H. Dudley, 1895-1896; Carl Chandler, 1896-Aug. 1918; D. R. Kellogg 
and W. F. McGuigan, Aug. 1918-1919; McGuigan, 1920 to date. 
WHi Nov. 25, 1943 to date. 

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1030. BLANCHARDVILLE POST (w) 1887-1892 [?]. 

Published by Mount Horeb Sun. 

1031. BLANCHARDVILLE TIMES (w) May 1876-1877 [?]. 
Editors: Charles F. Trevitt. 



DARLINGTON 

DARLINGTON DEMOCRAT, see Lafayette County 
News. 

DEMOCRAT AND REGISTER, see Lafayette County 
News. 

1032. DEMOCRATIC REGISTER (w) Nov. 5, 1885-May 4, 
1888. 

Editors: Frank A. Lewis and James R. Rose, 1885-Mar. 1886; Rose, Mar. 1886- 

1888. 

Merged with Democrat. 

WHi Nov. 12, 1885-May 4, 1888. 

1033. DARLINGTON JOURNAL (w) Dec. 2, 1885-Jan. 3, 1900. 
Editors: Henry L. Brown, 1885-Feb. 1898; Briton S. Brown, Feb. 1898-1900. 
Merged with Darlington Republican. 

WHi Sept. 28, 1887-Jan. 3, 1900. 

LAFAYETTE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, see Lafayette 
County News. 

1034. LAFAYETTE COUNTY INDEPENDENT (w) May 11, 

1861-Jan. 1865. 
Editors: Hamilton H. Gray and J. E. Duncan, 1861-1863; Gray and J. C. Rutledge, 
1863-Mar. 1864; F. S. Haughawout, Apr. 1864-1865. 
Followed by Lafayette County Union. 

1035. LAFAYETTE COUNTY NEWS (w) Nov. 1, 1865 to date. 
Title varies: Lafayette County Democrat, 1865-Oct. 1882; Democrat, Oct. 1882- 
May 1888; Democrat and Register, May 1888-Dec. 1893; Darlington Democrat, 
Dec. 1893-May 1947. 

Editors: James R. Rose, 1865-Jan. 1866; James G. Knight, Jan. 1866-Mar. 1888; 
Edward T. and Henry W. Barnes, Mar. 1888-1893; F. J. McConnell, 1894-Jan. 
1901; L. B. Howery, Jan. 1901-1915; John W. Riley and C. H. McGinley, 1916- 
1936; Riley, 1937-Nov. 1945; Mrs. J. W. Riley, Nov. 1945-1947; C. V. and G. M. 
Howery, 1948 to date. 

WHi complete. 

1036. LAFAYETTE COUNTY UNION (w) Jan. 1865-Apr. 5, 
1869. 

Editors: F. S. Haughawout, Jan.-Mar. 1865; A. F. Dickinson, Apr.-Aug. 1865; 
Dickinson and J. E. Duncan, Aug. 1865-Apr. 1867; Duncan, Apr. 1867-1869. 
Followed by Darlington Republican. 

1037. REPUBLICAN FARMER (w) July 25, 1902-Oct. 30, 1912. 
Editors: C. A. Smith. 

WHi complete. 

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1038. REPUBLICAN-JOURNAL (w) Apr. 12, 1869 to date. 
Title varies: Darlington Republican, 1869-Jan. 1900. 

Editors: J. E. Duncan, Apr.-Sept. 1869; W. L. Abbott and Charles R. Hamstreet, 
Sept. 1869-June 1870; Abbott and W. J. Wrigglesworth, June 1870-Apr. 1872; 
Wrigglesworth, Apr. 1872-Apr. 1878; James and Edward H. Bintliff, Apr. 1878- 
May 1883; James Bintliff and James G. Monahan, May 1883-May 1885; Monahan, 
June 1885-1899; Monahan and Martin, 1900-May 1903; Frank A. Greene and R. E. 
Van Matre, May 1903-1914; Monahan, 1914-1918; Merton D. Peavy, 1919-July 
1948; E. Bowden Curtis, Aug. 1948 to date. 
WHi Feb. 4, 1871 to date. 



GRATIOT 

1039. GRATIOT REPORTER (w) 1903-1915 [?]. 

Editors: W. A. Warner, 1903-1906; J. C. Johnson, 1906-1912; A. L. Howery, 1912- 

1915. 



WHi May 22-Oct. 9, 1913. 



SHULLSBURG 

1040. SHULLSBURG DEMOCRAT (w) 1865-1866 [?]. 

1041. SHULLSBURG FREE PRESS (w) July 1881-Apr. 11, 
1884. 

Editors: N. E. McClellan. 
Merged with Pick and Gad. 

WHi Mar. 3, 1882-Apr. 11, 1884. 

1042. LAFAYETTE COUNTY HERALD (w) Feb. 1, 1855-Mar. 
19, 1858. 

Editors: James R. Rose and Hamilton H. Gray, 1855-Feb. 1856; Jonathan J. 
Marvin, Feb. 1856-Mar. 1857; Edwin Pickard, Mar. 1857-1858. 
Followed by South Western Local. 

WHi Apr. 10, 1856-Dec. 25, 1857. 

1043. LAFAYETTE REPUBLICAN (w) May-Aug. 1848. 
Editors: Cleveland. 

Followed by Telegraph. 

1044. SHULLSBURG PATRIOT AND FLAG (w) Mar. 27- 
Aug. 29, 1855. 

Editors: Charles F. Trevitt. 

1045. PICK AND GAD (w) June 28, 1853-Dec. 1854. 

Editors: Walter Nimocks and Samuel G. Bugh, 1853-Oct. 1854; Hamilton H. 

Gray, Oct.-Dec. 1854. 

Followed by Lafayette County Herald. 

1046. PICK AND GAD (w) July 1882 to date. 

Editors: T. J. Law, 1882-Apr. 1884; Law and Henry Jane, Apr. 1884-Sept. 1888; 
T. J. Law, Sept. 1888-Feb. 1906; Abe W. Law, Feb. 1906-Feb. 1912; Humphrey L. 
Williams, Feb. 1912-Mar. 1915; John W. Blackstone, Apr. 1915-Mar. 1919; A. F. 
Gratiot, Mar. 1919-1922; Abe W. Law, 1923-May 1936; H. T. Law, May 1936 to 
date. 

WHi Apr. 17, 1884 to date. 

136 



1047. SOUTH WESTERN LOCAL (w) Mar. 26, 1858-Mar. 17, 
1865. 

Editors: Edwin Pickard and Egbert E. Carr, 1858-Sept. 1861; Pickard, Sept. 186J- 
May 1862; Patrick F. Duffy and Moses Campbell, June 1862-Aug. 1864; Duffy, 
Aug. 1864-1865. 

Followed by Lafayette County Democrat (Darlington) . 
WHi Jan. 21, 1859-Mar. 17, 1865. 

1048. SOUTHWESTERN LOCAL (w) Feb. 1886-Nov. 28, 1902. 
Editors: Thomas H. McElroy, 1886-Sept. 1895; John W. Blackstone, Sept. 1895- 
1902. 

WHi Jan. 16, 1887-Jan. 27, 1889; Jan. 1, 1895-Nov. 28, 1902. 

1049. TELEGRAPH (w) Aug. 1848-1850. 
Editors: James Delany and O. J. Wright. 

WHi Mar. 13-Aug. 16, 1849. 



SOUTH WAYNE 

1050. SOUTH WAYNE HOMESTEAD (w) Feb. 16, 1905-Dec. 
27, 1956. 

Editors: S. Gordon Morse, 1905-Sept. 1906; Ray E. Stuart, Sept.-Dec. 1906; Sydney 
C. Heindel, Dec. 1906-Oct. 1909; C. V. and L. B. Howery, Oct. 1909-Jan. 1918; 
Harry Hough, Jan. 1918-June 1938; Hough and J. Louis Smith, July 1938-Oct. 
1947; Smith, Oct. 1947-Aug. 1949; Frank W. Thomas, Aug. 1949-1956. 
WHi complete. 

1051. SOUTH WAYNE MESSENGER (w) 1895-1903. 

Editors: Otto P. Lund, 1895-1896; Francis C. Marble and C. A. Pember, 1896- 
1900; Harry Hough, 1900-1903. 
Followed by South Wayne News. 

1052. SOUTH WAYNE NEWS (w) Nov. 1903-Feb. 9, 1905. 
Editors: Harry Hough. 

Followed by South Wayne Homestead. 



137 



Langlade County 



ANTIGO 

1053. ANTIGO BANNER (w) Dec. 5, 1919-July 15, 1937. 
Editors: Edward Goebel. 

In German. 

WHi complete. 

1054. FARMERS' JOURNAL (w) Aug. 1909-1926. 

Published by Antigo Daily Journal. 

WHi Oct. 3, 1911-Dec. 25, 1923. 

FORWARD, see Antigo Republican. 

1055. ANTIGO HERALD (w) Oct. 1888-Dec. 28, 1923. 
Title varies: Antigo Herold, 1888-Nov. 1919. 

Editors: Edward Goebel, 1888-Nov. 1919; William C. Brawlev. Dec. 1919-1923. 
In German: 1888-Nov. 1919. 

WHi Sept. 13, 1901-Dec. 21, 1923. 

1056. ANTIGO JOURNAL (w) Sept. 18, 1898-Dec. 28, 1923. 
WHi Sept. 29, 1911-Dec. 28, 1923. 

1057. ANTIGO DAILY JOURNAL (d) Sept. 1, 1904 to date. 
Editors: James H. Fitzgibbon, 1898-1899; George W. Hill, 1899-1901; Henry and 
Fred L. Berner, 1901-1940; Henry Berner, 1940-1945; Artemas F. and Henry L. 
Berner, 1945-1956; Artemas F. Berner, 1957 to date. 

WHi Jan. 3, 1924 to date. 
WAn Jan. 2, 1929 to date. 

1058. ANTIGO KURIER (w) 1894-1895 [?]. 
Editors: Julius Gieger. 

In German. 

LANGLADE COUNTY REPUBLICAN, see Antigo Re- 
publican. 

1059. LANGLADE COUNTY SPECIAL (w) 1887-Aug. 13, 

1898. 

Published at Phlox: 1887-1890. 

Editors: John Menting, 1887-1892; W. H. Dawley, 1892-1898. 

Merged with Weekly News Item. 

NEW COUNTY REPUBLICAN, see Antigo Republican. 

1060. WEEKLY NEWS ITEM (w) Aug. 26, 1882-Nov. 7, 1935. 
Editors: Arthur B. Millard, 1882-Aug. 1898; W. H. Dawley, Aug. 1898-Dec. 1933; 
L. W. Mourer, Dec. 1933-1935. 

WHi complete. 

138 



1061. ANTIGO PIONEER (w) May 8, 1884-1885. 
Editors: Hugo Grosser and Henry Berner. 

In German. 

1062. ANTIGO REPUBLICAN (w) Jan. 3, 1880-Sept. 14, 1911. 
Title varies: New County Republican, Jan.-Feb. 1880; Langlade County Repub- 
lican, Mar. 1880-Aug. 1884; Forward, Aug. 1884-Mar. 1886. 

Editors: George D. Ratcliffe, 1880-1881; G. Lind, 1881-Aug. 1884; C. A. Martin, 
Aug. 1884-Mar. 1886; John A. Ogden, Mar. 1886-Aug. 1899; C. O. Marsh, Aug. 
1899-Sept. 1906; Charles E. Loper, Oct. 1906-Mar. 1907; C. A. Stedman, Mar. 1907- 
1908; Loper, Jan.-Apr. 1909; John T. Brown, May 1909-1911. 
WHi Feb. 7, 1889-Sept. 14, 1911. 



PHLOX 
LANGLADE COUNTY SPECIAL, see under Antigo. 



139 



Lincoln County 



JENNY 
(see Merrill) 



MERRILL 

1063. MERRILL ADVOCATE (w) Feb. 6, 1875-Aug. 10, 1909. 
Title varies: Lincoln County Advocate, 1875-Oct. 1893. 

Editors: A. D. Gorham and Myron H. McCord, 1875-Mar. 1884; Van R. Willard, 
Mar. 1884-Dec. 1885; Alexander Black, Dec. 1885-Dec. 1886; M. E. Northrup and 
C. H. Cummer, Dec. 1886-Mar. 1887; L. A. Harrison, Mar. 1887-Oct. 1889; C. F. 
Hanson, Oct. 1889-Apr. 1890; George M. Patchen, Apr.-Sept. 1890; F. Geisler, 
Sept. 1890-1892; C. N. Johnson, 1892-May 1904; Andrew C. Thompson, June 1904- 
1909. 

Merged with Merrill Star. 
WHi complete. 

1064. MERRILL DAILY HERALD (d) May 5, 1908 to date. 
Editors: William R. Jaeger, 1908-1909; C. N. Johnson and Walter B. Chilsen, 
1909-1913; Chilsen, 1913 to date. 

WHi Jan. 3, 1916 to date. 
WMer Jan. 3, 1916-Aug. 31, 1955. 

1065. HOME WORLD (w) 1893-1894 [?]. 
Editors: Dorn and Mews. 

LINCOLN COUNTY ADVOCATE, see Merrill Advocate. 

1066. LINCOLN COUNTY ANZEIGER (w) Feb. 4, 1888-Nov. 
13, 1900. 

Editors: C. W. Honigmann, 1888-July 1894; Friedrich W. Sallet, July 1894-1900. 
In German. 

WHi complete. 

1067. MERRILL NEWS (w) Feb. 1879-1918. 

Title varies: Northern Wisconsin News, 1879-1894. 

Editors: R. F. Vaughan and David Finn, 1879-June 1881; W. H. Cannon and H. 

C. Hetzel, June 1881-Jan. 1884; Cannon and J. N. Cotter, Jan. 1884-Apr. 1885; 
Cannon, Apr. 1885-Dec. 1888; A. G. Christenson, Dec. 1888-June 1889; Ernest A. 
Dunn, June 1889-1895; Alfred T. Curtis, 1895-1897; Thomas N. Locke, 1897-1902; 

D. S. Johnson, 1902-Sept. 1903; E. E. Curtis, Oct. 1903-1906; A. G. Christenson. 
1906-1911; Edward D. Mohan, 1911-1918. 

WHi July 20, 1883-Jan. 30, 1890; Sept. 18, 1903-Nov. 25, 1904. 

1068. MERRILL STAR-ADVOCATE (w) 1898-July 2, 1935. 
Title varies: Merrill Star, 1898-Aug. 1909. 

Editors: William M. Allen, 1898-1929; Walter B. Chilsen, 1929-1935. 
WHi Aug. 25, 1909-July 2, 1935. 

140 



1069. MERRILL WEEKLY TIMES (w) 1887-1888. 
Editors: A. G. Christenson, 1887-1888; Norman Black, 1888. 
Merged with Northern Wisconsin News. 

1070. MERRILL TRIBUNE (w) 1897-1898 [?]. 

Editors: . William M. Allen. 

WEST MERRILL HERALD, see Rhinelander Herald. 

1071. WISCONSIN THALBOTE (w) Sept. 21, 1900-Aug. 27, 
1920. 

Editors: Friedrich W. Sallet, 1900-Sept. 1902; Otto Susehihl, Sept. 1902-Nov. 1917; 
Gustav Belling, Nov. 1917-1920. 
In German. 

WHi Sept. 21, 1900-July 26, 1918. 

1072. WISCONSIN VALLEY POSTEN (w) 1894-1895. 

Published by Lincoln County Anzeiger. 
In Swedish. 



TOMAHAWK 

1073. TOMAHAWK BLADE (w) Sept. 7, 1887-1896 [?]. 
Editors: Jed W. Coon, 1887-1895; Ward L. Swift, 1895-1896. 

1074. TOMAHAWK LEADER (w) July 4, 1896 to date. 
Editors: Charles Deming and W. M. Shirk, 1896-1899; H. D. Bliefernicht, 1899- 
1903; Mrs. H. D. Bliefernicht, 1903-1906; Robert G. Lee, 1906-Apr. 1915; C. Everett 
Dozer, Apr. 1915-Feb. 1917; L. M. and L. W. Osborne, Feb. 1917-Nov. 1949; Ken- 
neth J. Keenan, Nov. 1949 to date. 

WHi June 24, 1904 to date. 

1075. TOMAHAWK (w) June 1887-Sept. 17, 1913. 

Editors: W. M. and John E. Shirk, 1887-1894; P. H. Swift, 1894-1895; John P. 
Hughes, 1895-Oct. 1903; W. D. Lambert, Oct. 1903-1913. 
Merged with Tomahawk Leader. 

WHi Feb. 9, 1895-Sept. 17, 1913. 



HI 



Manitowoc County 



KIEL 

1076. KIEL TRI-COUNTY RECORD (w) Jan. 1, 1893 to date. 
Title varies: National Zeitung, 1893-Sept. 1918. 

Editors: Haenel and Laudon, 1893-1898; Henry Arnold and Joseph Grassold, 
1898-Feb. 1900; Herman A. Kuenne, Feb. 1900-Sept. 1928; Richard H. Lauson, 
Sept. 1928-Aug. 1941; Bradford A. Cox, Sept. 1941-Apr. 1944; Martin J. Smith, 
Apr. 1944-June 1949; Kenneth L. Larson, July 1949 to date. 
In German: 1893-Sept. 1918. 

WHi Oct. 10, 1918 to date. 

WKi Apr. 30, 1925 to date. 

1077. KIEL WOCHENBLATT (w) 1892-1893. 
Editors: Emil Fromme. 

In German. 



MANITOWOC 

1078. MANITOWOC CITIZEN (w) Apr. 24, 1879-1909. 

Title varies: Manitowoc Tribune, 1879-Sept. 1898. 

Editors: Henry Sandford, 1879-Mar. 1897; Edwin R. Barrett, Mar. 1897-Sept. 1898; 

C. W. Roberts, Oct. 1898-1903; John McFarlane, 1903-1909. 

WHi Apr. 24, 1879-July 29, 1909. 

WMa Mar. 29, 1900-May 30, 1908. 

CONCORDIA, see Green Bay Courier. 

1079. MANITOWOC HERALD (w) Nov. 30, 1850-Mar. 26, 
1863. 

Title varies: Manitowoc County Herald, 1850-Mar. 1854. 
Editors: Charles W. Fitch. 
Merged with Manitowoc Tribune. 
WHi complete. 

1080. MANITOWOC HERALD-TIMES (d) Oct. 19, 1898 to 
date. 

Title varies: Manitowoc Daily Herald, 1898-Sept. 1918; Manitowoc Herald-News, 
Oct. 1918-Apr. 1932. 

Editors: William T. Brandt, 1898-July 1903; H. G. Kress and E. W. Mackey, July 
1903-1931; W. F. Ohde, 1931-Apr. 1932; R. T. Bayne, May 1932 to date. 

WHi Jan. 2, 1899-Mar. 31, 1952; Jan. 2, 1955 to date. 

WMa complete. 

142 



1081. JOURNAL (w) Oct. 1853-Aug. 1864; Jan. 1866-1877. 

Title varies: Wisconsin's Demokrat, 1853-1861; Union Demokrat, 1861-Aug. 1864; 

Zeitung, Jan. 1866-June 1875. 

Editors: Carl Roeser, 1853-Jan. 1861; Adolph Wallich, Jan. 1861-Aug. 1864; Otto 

Troemel, 1866-Feb. 1873; Carl Wedelstedt, Feb. 1873-July 1875; Fred Heinemann, 

July 1875-1877. 

In German. 

WHi July 4, 1854-Dec. 3, 1855; Dec. 19, 1856-Jan. 11, 1861. 

WMa Mar. 13, 1862-May 1, 1864. 

1082. LAKE SHORE TIMES (w) Oct. 4, 1881-Sept. 24, 1889. 
Editors: Emil Baensch and Fred Haukohl, 1881-Jan. 1884; J. E. and Edward M. 
Anderson, Jan. 1884-Aug. 1887; H. G. Kress, Aug. 1887-1889. 

WHi complete. 

MANITOWOC COUNTY HERALD, see Manitowoc 
Herald. 

1083. MANITOWOC DAILY NEWS (d) May 12, 1900-Sept. 30, 
1918. 

Editors: John McFarlane, 1900-1914; George McFarlane, 1914-1918. 
Merged with Manitowoc Daily Herald. 
WMa complete. 

1084. NORD-WESTEN (w) Sept. 8, 1855-1860; Feb. 1865-1910. 
Editors: Carl H. Schmidt, 1855-Jan. 1888; C. Otto Schmidt, Jan.-May 1888; Carl 
G. Schmidt, May 1888-1910. 

In German. 

WHi Jan. 15, 1874-Dec. 30, 1909. 

1085. MANITOWOC PILOT (w) June 14, 1859-June 9, 1932. 
Editors: Jere Crowlev, 1859-July 1869; Ellery B. Treat, July 1869-July 1870; J. C. 
Bollmeyer, July 1870-Mar. 1871; T. G. Olmstead, Mar. 1871-Apr. 1878; John 
Nagle and Edward Borchert, Apr. 1878-Sept. 1888; Nagle, Sept. 1888-Mar. 1900; 
Sidney T. Pratt, Mar. 1900-Apr. 1903; A. C. Schmidt, Apr. 1903-May 1904; E. S. 
Crowe, June 1904-1932. 

WHi June 14, 1859-Dec. 30, 1875; Feb. 3, 1877-June 9, 1932. 

WMa June 14, 1859-July 21, 1865; Aug. 1, 1872-Aug. 6, 1874; Mar. 7, 

1878-June 14, 1928. 

1086. MANITOWOC POST (sw, w) July 2, 1881 -Nov. 29, 1924. 
Editors: Adolph Wittman, 1881-1896; Emil Baensch, 1896-1922; Walter Wittman, 
1923-1924. 

In German. 

WHi Jan. 26, 1899-Nov. 29, 1924. 

WMa July 2, 1881-June 11, 1896; June 16, 1898-June 7, 1900; Jan. 4, 

1908-June 10, 1910. 

MANITOWOC PRESS, see Manitowoc Times-Press. 

1087. SUN-MESSENGER (w) Aug. 19, 1932-June 28, 1940. 
Editors: C. A. Brandt. 

WMa complete. 

1088. EVENING TIMES (d) Jan. 7, 1920-Apr. 30, 1932. 

Title varies: Manitowoc Times, 1920-Feb. 1931. 

Editors: Kenneth M. Ellis, 1920-1922; A. O. Trippler, 1922-1930; O. J. Bouma, 

143 



1930-1931; R. T. Bayne, 1931-1932. 
Merged with Manitowoc Herald-News. 
WMa complete. 

1089. MANITOWOC TIMES-PRESS (w) 1893-1913. 

Title varies: Manitowoc Press, 1893-1899. 
Published by Manitowoc Herald-Times. 

1090. MANITOWOC TRIBUNE (w) Apr. 25, 1854-Apr. 18, 
1878. 

WHi Apr. 25, 1854-July 12, 1865; Mar. 21, 1867-Apr. 18, 1878. 
WMa Jan. 7-Dec. 30, 1869. 

1091. MANITOWOC TRIBUNE (d, tw, sw) May 31, 1858-Aug. 

7, 1863. 
Title varies: Daily Tribune, 1858-Nov. 1861. 

Editors: S. W. Smith, 1854-1867; O. B. Smith and Julius Enert, 1867-June 1869; 
Edward Borchert, June 1869-Sept. 1874; Borchert and John B. Miller, Sept. 1874- 
Apr. 1875; Borchert, Apr. 1875-1878. 

WHi complete. 

MANITOWOC TRIBUNE (1879-1898), see Manitowoc 

Citizen. 

1092. DAILY TRIBUNE (d) 1905-Apr. 7, 1910. 
Editors: C. M. Wright, 1905-1909; Henry Bruins, 1909-1910. 

WHi June 26, 1909-Apr. 7, 1910. 

UNION DEMOKRAT, see Journal. 

1093. WAHRHEIT (w) June 2, 1896-July 19, 1921. 

Editors: C. Otto Schmidt, 1896-Feb. 1907; Adolph Baier, Feb. 1907-May 1910; 

Alexander M. Dusold, May 1910-1921. 

In German. 

Merged with Manitowoc Post. 

WHi Nov. 10, 1896-July 19, 1921. 

WMa Apr. 27, 1897-July 5, 1921. 

WISCONSIN'S DEMOKRAT, see Journal. 
ZEITUNG, see Journal. 



REEDSVILLE 

1094. REEDSVILLE REPORTER (w) 1909-1921. 
Editors: Edward F. Maertz, 1909-1912; Otto J. Zander, 1912-1921. 
WHi Mar. 13, 1913-Oct. 12, 1916. 



SAINT NAZIANZ 

1095. SAINT NAZIANZ WEEKLY (w) May 11, 1895-Sept. 1898. 

Editors: H. C. Olson. 

Merged with Manitowoc Tribune. 

144 



TWO RIVERS 
CHRONICLE, see Reporter-Chronicle. 

1096. FREE PRESS (w) 1942-1943 [?]. 
Editors: David A. Bensman. 

MANITOWOC COUNTY CHRONICLE, see Reporter- 
Chronicle. 

1097. TWO RIVERS REPORTER (w) 1899-1900 [? | . 
Editors: R. E. Boehm. 

1098. TWO RIVERS REPORTER (w) Mar. 1905-Apr. 15, 1927. 
Editors: Fred M. Althen, 1905-Mar. 1913; Arthur Baetz, Mar. 1913-1927. 
Merged with Chronicle. 

WHi Jan. 6, 1906-Apr. 15, 1927. 
WTr Apr. 1, 1905-Apr. 15, 1927. 

1099. TWO RIVERS REPORTER (d) Aug. 15, 1928 to date. 
Editors: Mark R. Byers, 1928-1937; Seymour Althen, 1937 to date. 

WHi complete. 
WTr complete. 

1100. REPORTER-CHRONICLE (w) Apr. 30, 1872-Aug. 9, 
1928. 

Title varies: Manitowoc County Chronicle, 1872-June 1899; Chronicle, July 1899- 
Apr. 1927. 

Editors: H. S. Pierpont, 1872-Apr. 1875; William F. Nash, May 1875-1916; Noel 
Nash, 1916-Apr. 1927; Arthur Baetz, Apr. 1927-1928. 

WHi May 14, 1872-Aug. 9, 1928. 

WTr Jan. 1, 1901-Aug. 9, 1928. 



VALDERS 

1101. VALDERS JOURNAL (w) Aug. 22, 1940 to date. 
Editors: F. H. Brockman. 
WHi complete. 



145 



Marathon County 



ATHENS 

1102. ATHENS RECORD (w) Oct. 10, 1901 to date. 
Editors: James M. Alden, 1901-Nov. 1902; Alden and Levi Williamson, Nov. 1902- 
July 1903; Williamson, July 1903-1906; D. O. Thompson, 1906-1911; J. W. Con- 
way, 1911-July 1914; J. I. Scott, July 1914-1916; A. H. Dorner, 1916-1917; G. A. 
Wasserberger, 1917-Aug. 1918; M. Wozniak, Aug. 1918-Apr. 1919; A. H. Dorner, 
Apr. 1919-Dec. 1921; O. W. Dorner, Dec. 1921-May 1923; Adolph Neuenschwan- 
der, Nov. 1923-Oct. 1946; Dale Tromanhauser, Oct. 1946-Mar. 1955; William C. 
Schroepfer, Mar. 1955-May 1956; Tromanhauser, June 1956 to date. 

WHi Oct. 10, 1901-Aug. 22, 1907; Jan. 23, 1913-Apr. 15, 1945; Apr. 18, 

1946 to date. 



COLBY 
LANGLADE ENTERPRISE, see Enterprise (Neillsville). 

1103. COLBY PHONOGRAPH (w) Sept. 11, 1878 to date. 
Editors: Samuel J. and Joel J. Shafer, 1878-May 1903; Joel J. Shafer, May 1903- 
Oct. 1916; Harry V. and Robert O. Harvey, Oct. 1916-Jan. 1918; A. P. Gessert and 
L. R. Buchholz, Jan. 1918-Apr. 1919; Gessert, Apr. 1919-Feb. 1920; Mrs. A. P. 
Gessert, Feb. 1920-Feb. 1921; Spellman Bros., Mar. 1921-1922; Harry V. Harvey, 
1922-1923; R. H. Markus, 1923 to date. 

WHi Feb. 19, 1879 to date. 

EDGAR 

1104. EDGAR ENTERPRISE (w) May 14, 1901-Sept. 1907. 
Editors: George Meacham. 

1105. EDGAR NEWS (w) 1905-Jan. 8, 1948. 

Editors: W. M. Meyer, 1905-1909; William R. Jaeger, 1909-1911; Earl B. Craw- 
ford, 1911-1923; I. Townsend, 1923-1925; E. D. Seekins, 1925-1926; F. E. Guinan, 
1926-Sept. 1930; Cletus J. Greisch, Sept. 1930-June 1944; H. W. Robinson, July 
1944-1945; Raymond A. Schroeder, 1946-1948. 
WHi Jan. 14, 1944-Jan. 8, 1948. 

1106. EDGAR PRESS (w) 1902-1908 [?]. 

Editors: John L. Hutchins, 1902-1906; Leonard A. Drown, 1906-1908. 

1107. EDGAR WEEKLY REVIEW (w) July 1, 1954 to date. 
Editors: Willard J. Willner. 

WHi complete. 

146 



MARATHON 

1108. ANZEIGER (w) 1898-1899 [?]. 
Editors: Mauson. 

In German. 

1109. MARATHON TIMES (w) Jan. 28, 1909 to date. 
Editors: Charles A. Leicht, Jan-Mar. 1909; Ben E. Manning, Mar. 1909-July 1910; 
Frank Leuschen, July 1910-Apr. 1922; E. W. Peterson, May 1922-Jan. 1923; Omer 
Amundson, Feb. 1923-Jan. 1924; Amundson and Alex P. Gertschen, Jan. 1924- 
Aug. 1925; Gertschen, Aug. 1925 to date. 

WHi complete. 



MILAN 

1110. MILAN NEWS (w) 1921-1922 [?] . 

Editors: A. H. Dorner. 

1111. MILAN SENTINEL (w) July 11, 1923-Mar. 14, 1934. 

Published by Abbotsford Tribune. 

WHi July 11, 1923-July 14, 1926; Jan. 4-Dec. 26, 1928; Jan. 4, 1930- 
Mar. 14, 1934. 



MOSINEE 

1112. MOSINEE NEWS (w) 1886-1887 [?]. 

Editors: George D. Single and W. N. Daniels. 

1113. MOSINEE TIMES (w) Dec. 27, 1895 to date. 

Editors: S. L. Smith, 1895-1899; Willis V. Silverthorn, 1900-Mar. 1906; D. W. 
Baker, Mar. 1906-Jan. 1908; Bert E. Walters, Feb. 1908-Sept. 1919; Lyman K. 
Osborne, Sept. 1919-Dec. 1932; Francis F. Schweinler and Richard A. Hemp, Dec. 
1932-May 1938; Schweinler, May 1938 to date. 

WHi Dec. 27, 1895-Jan. 6, 1899; Jan. 6-July 15, 1904; Feb. 14, 1908- 

Mar. 11, 1910; Mar. 11, 1911 to date. 



SPENCER 

1114. SPENCER ADVANCE (w) Jan. 20-July 14, 1881. 
Editors: Elias W. Stevens. 

WHi complete. 

1115. SPENCER RECORD (w) 1914 to date. 

Editors: Elijah R. Barager, 1914-1918; Robert O. Harvey, 1918-1923; E. W. Bates. 
1923-1924; James W. LeBell, 1924-1925; L. L. Messer and C. H. Johnson, 1925- 
1928; LeBell, 1928-June 1929; L. L. Quimby, June 1929-June 1941; C. B. Spicher, 
June 1941-Feb. 1946; C. J. Neuenfeldt, Mar. 1946 to date. 
WHi Nov. 14, 1940 to date. 

1116. SPENCER TRIBUNE (w) Sept. 9, 1881-1894. 

Editors: A. B. Barney, 1881-Oct. 1882; Thomas S. Norton, Oct. 1882-May 1885; 
E. M. and Gilbert E. Vandercook, May 1885-1889; Gilbert E. Vandercook, 1889- 
1894. 

WHi Apr. 7, 1882-June 11, 1886. 

147 



STRATFORD 

1117. STRATFORD JOURNAL (w) 1913 to date. 

Editors: William J. MacQueen, 1913-1916; E. A. Bahr, 1916-1921; J. L. Schermer- 
horn, 1921-1922; Grant H. Lawton, 1922-1924; A. E. Way, 1924-1925; W. E. Stoot- 
hoff, 1925-1926; Earl B. Crawford, 1926-1934; D. D. Hale, 1934 to date. 
WHi Mar. 30, 1917-Nov. 29, 1918; June 21, 1956 to date. 

1118. STRATFORD REPORTER (w) 1910-1914 f? J . 

Editors: Erank J. Curtin. 



UNITY 

1119. MARATHON COUNTY REGISTER (w) 1902 to date. 
Editors: Levi H. Cook, 1902-1909; John H. White, 1909-1911. 
Published by Spencer Record: 1911 to date. 
WHi Jan. 7, 1944 to date. 



WAUSAU 
BEHIND THE CREEK, see Wausau News. 
CENTRAL WISCONSIN, see Wausau Sun. 

1120. WAUSAU SUNDAY CITIZEN (w) 1887-1888 [? J. 
Editors: George D. Single. 

1121. DEUTSCHE PIONIER (w, sw) Apr. 1882-Jan. 6, 1917. 
Editors: Anson W. Young, 1882-Nov. 1897; Gustav Stolze, Nov. 1897-1899; Paul 
F. Stolze, 1900-1917. 

In German. 

Merged with Wausau Wochenblatt. 

WHi Oct. 18, 1884-Oct. 1, 1887; Apr. 13, 1889-Jan. 6, 1917. 

1122. FREIE PRESSE (w) Sept. 1861-1867 [?]. 
Published by Central Wisconsin. 

In German. 

1123. WAUSAU HERALD (w) Mar. 3, 1893-Nov. 30, 1907. 

1124. WAUSAU DAILY HERALD (d) 1906-Nov. 30, 1907. 
Editors: R. E. Powers. 

Merged with Wausau Daily Record. 

1125. MARATHON COUNTY RECORD (w) Jan. 9, 1862-Feb. 
1863. 

Editors: Eli R. Chase, Jan.-July 1862; Clarence Jenkins, July 1862-1863. 
WHi Jan. 9-Mar. 27, 1862. 

1126. WAUSAU NEWS (w) June 4, 1901-1905 [?]. 

Title varies: Behind the Creek, 1901-May 1902; North Wausau News, June 1902- 
Mar. 1903. 

Editors: William R. Jaeger, 1901-1904; Ernest A. Dunn, 1904-1905. 
WHi June 4, 1901-June 2, 1904. 

148 



1127. WAUSAU PILOT (w) Dec. 1865-Oct. 31, 1940. 

Title varies: Wisconsin River Pilot, 1865-Aug. 1884; Pilot and Review, Aug. 1884- 
June 1886; Pilot Review, June 1886-July 1896. 

Editors: Valentine Ringle, 1865-Aug. 1884; Eugene B. Thayer, Aug. 1884-July 
1920; Eugene B. Thayer, Jr., July 1920-1940. 

WHi July 6, 1867-May 18, 1915; Apr. 3, 1917-Dec. 3, 1918; July 8, 

1919-Oct. 31, 1940. 

1128. WAUSAU DAILY PILOT (d) July 25-Nov. 7, 1896. 
WHi complete. 

1129. DAILY PILOT AND REVIEW (d) Sept. 1-Nov. 8, 1884. 
WHi complete. 

1130. WAUSAU RECORD (w) Aug. 1877-Dec. 27, 1907. 
Title varies: Torch of Liberty, 1877-Apr. 1895. 

WHi Mar. 14, 1878-Dec. 31, 1906. 
WWas Aug. 9, 1877-Sept. 6, 1894. 

1131. WAUSAU DAILY RECORD (d) Mar. 14, 1895-Nov. 30, 

1907. 
Editors: Mark H. Barnum, 1877-Sept. 1894; Edgar T. Wheelock, Sept. 1894-Feb. 
1901; Ernest A. Dunn, Feb. 1901-Feb. 1902; Dodge and Martin, Mar. 1902-1907. 
Followed by Wausau Daily Record-Herald. 

WHi complete. 

1132. WAUSAU RECORD-HERALD (w) Dec. 1907-1914. 

1133. WAUSAU DAILY RECORD-HERALD (d) Dec. 2, 1907 
to date. 

Editors: J. L. Sturtevant, 1907-1939; John C. Sturtevant, 1939 to date. 
WHi complete. 
WWas complete. 

1134. WAUSAU WEEKLY REVIEW (w) 1882-Aug. 11, 1884. 
Editors: Eugene B. Thayer. 

Merged with Wisconsin River Pilot. 

WHi Mar. 26, 1883-Aug. 11, 1884. 

1135. WAUSAU SUN (w) Apr. 22, 1857-1867; Oct. 1868-1917. 
Title varies: Central Wisconsin, 1857-Feb. 1910. 

Editors: Jerome W. Chubbuck and John Foster, 1857-Aug. 1858; Chubbuck and 
Alden Sanborn, Sept. 1858-Sept. 1859; Chubbuck, Sept. 1859-Jan. 1861; Francis A. 
Hoffman, Jan. 1861-1867; Robert H. Johnson, Oct. 1868-Feb. 1910; William C. 
Brawley, Feb. 1910-1914; John H. Gehre, 1914-1916; Mathew P. Simonson, 1916- 
1917. 

WHi Apr. 22, 1857-July 19, 1862; Mar. 29, 1870-Mar. 23, 1917. 

WWas Oct. 14, 1868-Dec. 11, 1909. 

TORCH OF LIBERTY, see Wausau Record. 

1136. WAUSAU DAILY TRIBUNE (d) Nov. 5, 1921-Apr. 22, 
1922. 

Editors: A. A. Taylor. 

1137. URWALD (w) 1872-1874[?]. 

Editors: Robert H. Johnson. 
In German. 

149 



WISCONSIN RIVER PILOT, see Wausau Pilot. 

1138. WAECHTER AM WISCONSIN (w) 1878-1881 [?]. 
Editors: Mark H. Barnum and C. H. Mueller. 

In German. 

1139. WEST SIDE ENTERPRISE (sm) Oct. 22, 1892-1893 [? J. 

Editors: Edward L. Eggers. 

1140. WISCONSIN WOCHENBLATT (w) Jan. 1871-Nov. 28, 
1924. 

Published at Winona, Minn.: Mar. 1919-1924. 

Title varies: Wausau Wochenblatt, 1871-Oct. 1920. 

Editors: Valentine Ringle, 1871-1887; G. Lohmar, 1887-1888; Gustav Tyler, 1888- 

1890; H. J. Heise, 1890-1917; Charles Spychalla, 1917-1921; Herman Reimann, 

1921-1924. 

In German. 

WHi Mar. 3, 1876-Dec. 12, 1879; Apr. 6, 1917-Nov. 28, 1924. 

WWas Apr. 6, 1917-Jan. 24, 1919. 



150 



Marinette County 



COLEMAN 

1141. COLEMAN BEACON (w) 1939- [?]. 

1142. COLEMAN CITIZEN (w) 1922-1925 [?]. 
Editors: A. Egley. 

1143. COLEMAN-POUND HERALD (w) 1917-1919 [?]. 

CRIVITZ 

1144. CRIVITZ ADVOCATE (w) 1912-1919 [?] . 

Editors: J. F. Bowan, 1912-1916; George E. Bogrand, 1916-1919. 

MARINETTE 

1145. MARINETTE ADVERTISER (w) 1905-1907 [?]. 
Editors: Thomas W. McLain, 1905-1906; Joseph Maurer, 1906-1907. 

1146. ARBEIDERNES BLAD (w) 1885-1886 [?] . 

Editors: Albert Larsen. 
In Swedish. 

1147. WEEKLY EAGLE-STAR (w, sw) June 24, 1871-1909. 
Title varies: Marinette and Peshtigo Eagle, 1871-May 1885; Eagle, June 1885-Mar. 
1901. 

WHi Sept. 9, 1871-July 2, 1907. 

1148. MARINETTE EAGLE-STAR (d) May 1892 to date. 
Title varies: Daily Eagle, 1892-Aug. 1903. 

Editors: Luther B. Noyes, 1871-June 1875; Henry Harris, June 1875-1879; Luther 
B. Noyes, 1880-Apr. 1894; Frank E. Noyes, Apr. 1894-Aug. 1903; Frank E. Noyes 
and Edward W. Leroy, Aug. 1903-1922; Frank E. Noyes, 1922-1940; Linwood I. 
Noyes, 1940-1941; Fred G. Sappington, 1941 to date. 
WHi Dec. 27, 1894 to date. 

1149. FORPOSTEN (w) 1892-June 25, 1909. 

Editors: James M. Engstrom, 1892-Oct. 1899; Gustav L. Forsen, Oct. 1899-1909. 

In Swedish. 

Merged with Marinette Tribunen. 

WHi Dec. 5, 1894-June 25, 1909. 

IRA 1892-1902. 

1150. MARINETTE FREMAD (w) 1891-1892 [?] . 

Editors: Hans Juhl. 
In Norwegian. 

m 



1151. INDEPENDENT (w) Aug. 14-Nov. 4, 1886. 
Editors: E. E. and J. B. Payne. 

WHi complete. 

1152. MARINETTE COUNTY ARGUS (w) 1889-1902 [?] . 

Title varies: Peshtigo Argus, 1889-1892. 

1153. MARINETTE EVENING ARGUS (d) 1895-1896 [?]. 
Editors: Philip A. Badour and C. J. Noel, 1889-1900; Noel, 1900-1902. 

1154. NORDMANNEN (w) 1887-1889 [?] . 
Editors: Axel G. Burman. 

In Norwegian. 

NORTH STAR, see Marinette Star. 

1155. SEARCHLIGHT (w) Mar. 26, 1909-1924[?]. 

Editors: Albert E. Schwittay, 1909-Jan. 1913; Mrs. A. E. Schwittay, Jan. 1913- 
1921; D. Larin, 1921-1924. 

WHi Mar. 26, 1909-Mar. 28, 1913. 

1156. MARINETTE STAR (w) Oct. 1880-July 30, 1903. 
Title varies: North Star, 1880-1901. 

WHi Feb. 24, 1882-Feb. 6, 1885; Aug. 29, 1901-July 30, 1903. 

1157. MARINETTE DAILY STAR (d) May 1895-Aug. 5, 1903. 
Editors: James Russell and Jere C. Murphy, 1880-June 1881; Murphy, June 
1881-June 1883; George W. Bauder, July 1883-1885; C. M. Fairchild, 1885-1898; 
Fred T. Lincoln, 1898-1901; R. G. Hutchinson, 1901-Dec. 1902; Edward W. Leroy, 
Dec. 1902-1903. 

Merged with Daily Eagle. 

WHi Oct. 1, 1901-Aug. 5, 1903. 

1158. MARINETTE TIMES (w) May 27, 1893-1894. 
Editors: A. D. Pergoli and J. Larsen. 

1159. MARINETTE TIMES-UNION (w) June 9, 1916-1943. 

Title varies: Twin City Laborer, 1916-Sept. 1918; Union Laborer, Sept. 1918- [?]. 
Editors: Werner N. Schomaker, 1916-1939; F. J. Dillet, 1939-1941; Edward C. 
Cochrane, 1941-1943. 

WHi June 9, 1916-June 4, 1920; Jan. 3-Dec. 26, 1930. 

1160. MARINETTE TRIBUNEN (w) 1894-Sept. 28, 1917. 
Editors: Emil Lund, 1894-1895; O. B. Olsen, 1895-1898; Olsen and Jacob Nystrom, 
1898-1903; Gustav L. Forsen, 1903-1917. 

In Swedish. 

WHi July 2, 1909-Sept. 28, 1917. 
IRA 1896-Sept. 28, 1917. 

1161. TWIN CITY LUMBERMAN (w) May 1895-1 898 [?] . 
Editors: Francis R. Singleton. 

1162. MARINETTE VOLKSBOTE (w) 1898-1916[?]. 
Editors: Herman Schumacher. 

In German. 



152 



NIAGARA 

1163. NIAGARA ENTERPRISE (w) 1902-1906 [? J. 
Editors: D. E. Thompson, 1902-1903; George F. Storey, 1903-1904; Donald Mc- 
Donald, 1904-1906. 

1164. NIAGARA JOURNAL (w) 1920-1924[?]. 
Editors: Philip J. McCarthy, 1920-1921; R. R. Elliott, 1921-1924. 

1165. NIAGARA JOURNAL (w) Dec. 12, 1930 to date. 
Editors: Martin Boerner. 

1166. NIAGARA NEWS WEEKLY (w) June 1946 to date. 

Title varies: Niagara Advertiser, 1946- [?]. 
Editors: George Collinson. 

WHi May 6, 1954 to date. 



PESHTIGO 

PESHTIGO ARGUS, see Marinette County Argus (Mari- 
nette). 

1167. PESHTIGO HERALD (w) 1877-1878 [?] . 

Editors: Joseph W. Hall. 

1168. PESHTIGO TIMES (w) Apr. 20, 1894 to date. 
Title varies: New Peshtigo Times, Aug. 1929-1938. 

Editors: A. D. Pergoli and Herman Schauer, 1894-May 1897; Thomas Barrett, 
May 1897-Mar. 1908; Lawrence and Charles Barrett, Mar. 1908-Aug. 1909; Law- 
rence Barrett, Aug. 1909-Oct. 1912; P. O. Winther, Oct. 1912-May 1918; Thomas 
S. Greer, May 1918-May 1922; Arthur Egley, June 1922-Sept. 1923; Mrs. A. Egley, 
Sept. 1923-June 1924; V. L. Dahlen, June 1924-1927; John N. Dahlen, 1927-July 
1929; Milan J. Smith and Leo J. Pesch, Aug. 1929-Apr. 1931; Pesch, May 1931 to 
date. 

WHi Nov. 3, 1894-Oct. 31, 1918; Feb. 13, 1919 to date. 



WAUSAUKEE 

1169. WAUSAUKEE INDEPENDENT (w) Oct. 20, 1895 to 
date. 

Editors: A. F. Douville, 1895-1896; P. O. Winther, 1896-1900; George E. Bogrand, 
1900-1934; George E. Bogrand, Jr., 1935-1945; Daly, 1945-June 1956; E. D. Ran- 
dall, June 1956 to date. 

1170. WAUSAUKEE INDEX (w) 1904-1905 [? J. 

Editors: E. F. McElroy. 



153 



Marquette County 



ENDEAVOR 

1171. ENDEAVOR JOURNAL (w) Apr. 1-Sept. 9, 1926. 
Editors: George E. Fuller. 

1172. MARQUETTE COUNTY EPITOME (w) Dec. 1900- 
1926[?]. 

Editors: R. E. Helms, 1900-July 1906; Gilford D. Browne, July 1906-Sept. 1909; 
J. E. Browne, Sept. 1909-1914; Hubert E. and Warren L. Cotton, 1914-1918; 
Browne, 1918-1921; Warren L. Cotton, 1921-1923; Browne, 1923-1926. 



MONTELLO 

1173. MONTELLO EXPRESS (w) Mar. 1859-Aug. 29, 1946. 
Published at Oxford: 1859-June 1862. 

Title varies: Republican-Express, 1859-Mar. 1861; Oxford Express, Mar .-May 
1861; Marquette Weekly Express, June 1861-1872. 

Editors: S. A. Pease and C. M. Comstock, 1859-Oct. 1860; Pease and H. L. Stone, 
Oct. 1860-Sept. 1861; Pease, Sept. 1861-Apr. 1863; Pease and James B. Cogan, Apr. 
1863-May 1865; Pease and B. F. Goodell, June 1865-Jan. 1874; Goodell and Cogan, 
Jan. 1874-Mar. 1877; Charles H. Bissell and Cogan, Mar. 1877-May 1879; Bissell, 
May 1879-Feb. 1902; Charles W. Barry, Mar. 1902-1941; Jack Kronschnabl, 1941- 
1942; Victor F. Hayden, 1942-1946. 

WHi Sept. 23, 1859-Dec. 26, 1940; Jan. 6, 1944-Aug. 29, 1946. 

1174. MARQUETTE COUNTY TIMES (w) 1890-1891 [?]. 

Editors: Charles W. Barry. 

MARQUETTE WEEKLY EXPRESS, see Montello Ex- 
press. 

1175. SUN (w) Dec. 31, 1881-Nov. 2, 1883. 

Editors: James B. and John T. Cogan, 1881-Sept. 1882; L. W. Chapman, Sept. 
1882-1883. 

Followed by Sun (Plainfield) . 
WHi complete. 

1176. MONTELLO TRIBUNE (w) Sept. 5, 1946 to date. 

Editors: B. C. Druliner, Sept.-Oct. 1946; A. H. Englund, Oct.-Dec. 1946; Walter 
E. Gleason, Dec. 1946-Mar. 1950; Ira A. Nichols, Apr. 1950-Mar. 1951; R. T. 
Wright, Apr. 1951 to date. 
WHi complete. 



NESHKORO 

1177. NESHKORO ENTERPRISE (w) 1911-1913[?J. 
Editors: Enterprise Pub. Co. 

154 



OXFORD 

OXFORD EXPRESS, see Montello Express. 

MARQUETTE WEEKLY EXPRESS, see Montello Ex- 
press. 

REPUBLICAN-EXPRESS, see Montello Express. 

1178. OXFORD TIMES (w) Nov. 23, 1911-Oct. 28, 1920. 
Editors: E. J. Wheeler, 1911-May 1915; A. R. Poohl, June 1915-Jan. 1916; D. A. 
Christenson, Jan. 1916-Dec. 1917; George E. Fuller, Dec. 1917-1920. 
Merged with Central Union (Westfield) . 

WHi Dec. 7, 1911-Oct. 28, 1920. 



PACKWAUKEE 

1179. PACKWAUKEE INDEPENDENT (w) 1900-1906[?] 
Editors: Charles Richards. 

1180. PACKWAUKEE NEWS (w) 1 895-1 896 [?]. 
Editors: James Duff. 



WESTFIELD 

1181. CENTRAL UNION (w) June 1877 to date. 

Editors: S. D. Forbes, 1877-1899; W. E. Forbes, 1899-Oct. 1911; S. E. Hicks, Oct. 
1911-Mar. 1917; John C. Harris, Mar. 1917-Oct. 1920; George E. Fuller, Nov. 1920- 
Nov. 1937; Charles D. Fuller, Nov. 1937-Mar. 1942; H. C. Kirkpatrick, Apr. 1942- 
Feb. 1943; Victor F. Hayden, Feb. 1943-Mar. 1952; Justin Schmiedeke, Apr. 1952 
to date. 

WHi Feb. 13, 1879-Nov. 16, 1882; Jan. 9, 1919 to date. 

1182. MARQUETTE EXPRESS (w) Feb. 1858-Feb. 1859. 
Editors: Frank Hyde. 

Followed by Oxford Weekly Express. 

1183. MARQUETTE INDEPENDENT (w) Aug. 1871-June 2, 

1874. 

Editors: Edward S. Kilbourne, 1871-1872; Griff O. Jones, 1872-1874. 
WHi Jan. 15-June 2, 1874. 



155 



Milwaukee County 



BAY VIEW 
(see Milwaukee) 

CUDAHY 

1184. CUDAHY COURIER (w) 1896-1902 [?] . 
Editors: Thomas L. Everett. 

1185. CUDAHY ENTERPRISE (w) Oct. 17, 1908-Feb. 14, 1952. 
Editors: Thomas H. and E. F. McElroy, 1908-Feb. 1913; George O. Bauman, Feb. 
1913-July 1925; Bauman and Floyd J. Gonyea, July 1925-1932; Bauman, 1932-Mav 
1937; Bauman and George P. Dunn, May 1937-1945; Dunn, 1945-Mar. 1951; Pat E. 
Murphy, Apr.-Aug. 1951; Frank J. Gargulak, Aug. 1951-1952. 

Merged with Reminder- Regional Press. 

WHi Sept. 6, 1912-Nov. 9, 1918; Jan. 6, 1944-Feb. 14, 1952. 
WCu Sept. 23, 1948-Dec. 28, 1950. 
WM June 13, 1918-Jan. 24, 1920. 

1186. REMINDER-ENTERPRISE (w) Aug. 7, 1930 to date. 
Title varies: Reminder, 1930-Feb. 1949; Reminder Press, Feb. 1949-Dec. 1950; 
Reminder-Journal Press, Dec. 1950-Mar. 1951; Reminder-Regional Press, Mar. 
1951-Feb. 1952; Reminder-Enterprise Press, Feb. 1952-1954. 

Editors: Leo R. Stonek. 

WHi Jan. 6, 1944 to date. 
WCu Sept. 23, 1948 to date. 

1187. CUDAHY SUN (w) 1892-1893 [?| . 

1188. CUDAHY TIMES (w) Oct. 29, 1893-1894. 
Editors: William H. McElroy. 

WHi Oct. 29, 1893-Mar. 21, 1894. 

1189. CUDAHY TIMES (w) Apr. 11, 1906-1909. 
Editors: Henry Towell. 



GLENDALE 

1190. GLENDALE HERALD (w) Nov. 1950-1956[?j 
Title varies: Glendale Town-Times, 1950-Aug. 1955. 
Published by Shorewood Herald. 

WHi Sept. 18, 1953-Nov. 22, 1956. 



GREENDALE 

1191. GREENDALE REVIEW (bw) 1939 to date. 

Editors: John P. Schroeter, 1939-1944; Ray Getter, 1944-1948; Carl L. Yoss, 1948 

to date. 

156 






HALES CORNERS 

1192. TRI-TOWN TIMES (w) May 5, 1927 to date. 
Editors: Maurice R. Jackson, 1927-1931; Jackson and Richard H. Crosse, 1931- 
1932; Crosse, 1932-1941; Carl Johnson, 1941-July 1949; Philip G. Nickerson, July 
1949 to date. 

WHi Mar. 19, 1942 to date. 



MILWAUKEE 

1193. ABEND POST (d) Feb. 1, 1879-May 16, 1897. 
Title varies: Milwaukee Freie Presse, 1879-June 1890. 

Editors: Richard Michaelis, Feb.-July 1879; Richard Guenther, July 1879-May 
1880; Herman Sigel, May 1880-Jan. 1894; Henry Wehn, Jan. 1894-1897. 
Merged with Germania. 
In German. 

WHi Feb. 1, 1879-Mar. 30, 1885; Sept. 22, 1892-Apr. 30, 1897. 

MILWAUKEE ADVANCE, see National Advance. 

1194. MILWAUKEE ADVERTISER (w) July 14, 1836-Mar. 20, 
1841. 

Editors: Daniel H. Richards. 
Followed by Milwaukee Courier. 

WHi July 14, 1836-Mar. 20, 1841 (incomplete) . 

1195. MILWAUKEE DAILY ADVERTISER (d) Oct. 12, 1874- 
Mar. 18, 1875. 

Editors: Alexander M. Thomson and W. G. Cutler. 
Merged with Daily Commercial Times. 
WHi complete. 

1196. MILWAUKEE AMERICA (w, sw) June 18, 1873-Nov. 
25, 1924. 

Title varies: Germania, 1873-Sept. 1918. 

Editors: George Koeppen and George Brumder, 1873-1896; George Brumder, 

1896-May 1910; William C. Brumder, May 1910-1924. 

In German. 

WHi Feb. 5, 1879-Nov. 25, 1924. 

WM complete. 

1197. MILWAUKEE AMERICAN (w) July 1855-Nov. 1857. 
WHi Aug. 12-Oct. 28, 1857. 

1198. MILWAUKEE DAILY AMERICAN (d) [uly 1855-Nov. 
1857. 

Editors: David A. Gillies, 1855-Oct. 1856; Andrew J. Aikens and A. Wellington 
Hart, Oct. 1856-1857. 

WHi Sept. 10, 1855-Oct. 11, 1856. 

1199. AMERICAN COURIER (w) Jan. 1939-1940[?]. 

Published by Kuryer Polski. 

AMERICAN FREEMAN, see Wisconsin Free Democrat. 

157 



1200. AMERIKANISCHE TURNZEITUNG (w) Jan. 4, 1885- 
Dec. 30, 1917. 

Published by Freidenker. 
In German. 

WHi Jan. 4, 1885-Dec. 26, 1909. 

WM complete. 

1201. ANSIEDLER (w) 1880-1882 [?]. 
Editors: Joseph Brucker. 

In German. 

1202. ARBEITER (w) 1854-1855 [?]. 
Editors: H. Loose. 

In German. 

1203. MILWAUKEER ARBEITER-ZEITUNG (tw, d) May 
1886-Dec. 1889. 

Editors: Paul Grottkau, 1886-July 1888; Simon Hickler. July-Dec. 1888; Valentine 

Blatz, Dec. 1888-May 1889; Jacob Hunger, May-Dec. 1889. 

In German. 

Followed by Milwaukee V olkszeitung. 

1204. ARMINIA (m) Jan. 1882-May 1886. 
Editors: Michael Biron. 

In German. 

Followed by Milwaukee'r Arbeiter-Zeitung. 

1205. ATLAS (w) Apr. 1856-Apr. 1861. 
In German. 

WHi Nov. 15, 1856-Oct. 17, 1857. 

1206. ATLAS (d) Nov. 29, 1858-Apr. 1861. 

Editors: Bernard Domschcke. 
In German. 
Followed by Her old. 

WHi Nov. 29, 1858-Nov. 28, 1860. 

1207. BANNER UND VOLKSFREUND (d) Jan. 15, 1850-May 
11, 1880. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Banner, 1850; Banner, 1851-Apr. 1855. 
Published by Wisconsin Banner und Volksfreund. 
In German. 

WHi Mar. 11, 1850-Dec. 31, 1852; Apr. 10, 1855-June 29, 1860; July 1, 

1861-Dec. 31, 1862; Feb. 12, 1879-May 11, 1880. 

WM Sept. 2, 1863-Dec. 31, 1864; Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1866. 

WMS Mar. 11, 1850-Apr. 7, 1855; Jan. 3, 1859-June 30, 1861; Jan. 3, 

1862-Dec. 31, 1879. 

1208. BAY VIEW HERALD (w) 1882-1891 [?]. 
Editors: D. B. Starkey, 1882-1890; Henry Towell, 1890-1891. 

1209. BAY VIEW OBSERVER (w, sm) Jan. 1932 to date. 
Editors: Erwin F. Zillman. 

WHi Jan. 14, 1937-Dec. 21, 1939. 

1210. BAY VIEW PRESS (w) Apr. 14, 1933-June 26, 1941. 

Editors: Andrew R. Campbell. 
WM complete. 

158 



1211. BAY VIEW WAVE (w) 1889-1892[?]. 
Editors: J. L. Rohr. 

BIRON UND BRUCKER'S SONNTAGSBLATT, see 

Freidenker. 

BODOCNOST, see Vestnik. 

1212. CAS (w) Apr. 8-Oct. 14, 1893. 
Editors: Anton Novak. 

In Bohemian. 

WM complete. 

1213. CECHOSLOVAK (w, sm) Aug. 1, 1918-Apr. 3, 1948. 
Editors: John V. Klabouch. 

In Bohemian. 

WHi Dec. 4, 1943-Apr. 3, 1948. 
WM Jan. 7, 1933-Apr. 3, 1948. 

1214. MILWAUKEE EVENING CHRONICLE (d) July 24, 
1879-Nov. 16, 1881. 

Title varies: Evening Signal, 1879-May 1880. 

Editors: Charles J. Pratt, 1879-Mar. 1880; George Godfrey, Mar.-May 1880; C. C. 
Bowsfield and Peter J. Somers, May-Aug. 1880; Bowsfield and Frank A. Flower, 
Sept.-Dec. 1880; Thomas H. McElroy, Jan.-Nov. 1881. 
WHi Aug. 4, 1879-Nov. 16, 1881. 

1215. COLUMBIA (w) Jan. 1873-Dec. 21, 1938. 
Published at Winona, Minn.: Sept. 1922-1938. 

Editors: George Schleyer, Jan-Dec. 1873; John Gmeiner, 1874-1875; Bruno Ritter, 
1876-Apr. 1878; Alfred Steckel, May 1878-Feb. 1880; John M. Schultheis, Feb. 
1880-Apr. 1897; Joseph C. Hoffman, May 1897-Sept. 1922. 
In German. 

WHi Jan. 15, 1874-Feb. 26, 1930; Oct. 3, 1934-Dec. 21, 1938. 

WMS Jan. 15, 1874-Feb. 26, 1930. 

COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, see Milwaukee Weekly 
News. 

MILWAUKEE DAILY COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, 

see Milwaukee Daily News (1848-1881). 

1216. MILWAUKEE COMMERCIAL HERALD (tw) May 17- 

Nov. 17, 1843; Mar. 21-Dec. 27, 1844. 
Editors: Elisha Starr. 
Merged with Milwaukee Sentinel. 

WHi July 3-Nov. 17, 1843; Mar. 21-Dec. 27, 1844. 

1217. DAILY COMMERCIAL TIMES (d) 1870-May 2, 1878. 
Title varies: Evening Times, 1870-1874. 

Editors: J. R. Hunter, 1870-May 1874; H. S. Wicks and J. W. Ryckman, May 1874- 
Jan. 1875; O. W. Wright and H. A. Chittenden, Jan. 1875-1878. 
Merged with Milwaukee Daily News. 

WHi Jan. 2, 1875-May 2, 1878. 

WM Jan. 2, 1875-June 30, 1876; July 2-Dec. 31, 1877. 

159 



1218. COMMUNITY PRESS (w) 1935 to date. 
Editors: A. Schaefer. 

1219. MILWAUKEE COURIER (w) Mar. 27, 1841-June 2, 
1847. 

WHi complete. 

WM Mar. 27, 1841-Mar. 4, 1846. 

1220. MILWAUKEE DAILY COURIER (d) Mar. 19-July 14, 
1846. 

WHi complete. 

1221. EVENING COURIER (d) Feb. 22-May 18, 1847. 
Editors: Josiah A. Noonan, 1841-Sept. 1842; Noonan and George Hyer, Sept. 1842- 
Feb. 1843; Noonan, Feb.-Aug. 1843; John A. Brown, Aug. 1843-May 1845; Brown 
and William H. Sullivan, May 1845-1847. 

Followed by Daily Wisconsin. 
WHi complete. 

1222. MILWAUKEE COURIER (w) Nov. 7, 1868-1869[?]. 
Editors: Augustus Murphy. 

CREAM CITY COURIER, see Milwaukee Gazette (1872- 
1880). 

DELAVASKA SLOVENIJA, see Vestnik. 

1223. MILWAUKEE DEMOCRAT (w) Aug. 11, 1843-Feb. 23, 
1844. 

Editors: Charles C. Sholes and J. M. Kimball, Aug.-Nov. 1843; Sholes and C. L. 
McArthur, Nov. 1843-1844. 
Followed by American Freeman. 
WHi complete. 

1224. MILWAUKEE DEMOCRAT (w) Dec. 25, 1897-Apr. 2, 
1898. 

Editors: A. R. Flanders. 

WHi complete. 

1225. DEUTSCHE WARTE (sw) 1877-Oct. 28, 1914. 
Published at Chicago: 1877-1889. 

Editors: George Brumder. 
In German. 

WM Dec. 25, 1889-Oct. 28, 1914. 

1226. MILWAUKEE DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG (d) Jan. 24, 1933 
to date. 

Published at Chicago: Mar. 1950 to date. 

Editors: Helmuth Falk, 1933-1939; William Schnabel, 1939-1950. 

In German. 

WHi Nov. 17, 1933-Mar. 10, 1950. 

WM complete. 

1227. DEUTSCHES VOLKSBLATT (sw, w) 1877-Dec. 30, 1902. 
Editors: George Brumder. 

In German. 

WM Oct. 15, 1889-Dec. 30, 1902. 

160 



1228. DISPATCH (w) 1953 to date. 
Editors: M. Cleveland Colbert. 

1229. DOMACNOST (sw) Mar. 3, 1879-Dec. 24, 1930. 

Editors: Anton Novak, 1879-Sept. 1917; Frank Cemus, Sept. 1917-1922; J. V. Kubis, 

1922-1930. 

In Bohemian. 

WM Oct. 4, 1916-Dec. 24, 1930. 

1230. DZIENNIK POLSKI (d) 1887-June 1888. 
Editors: Michael Kruszka. 

In Polish. 

Followed by Kuryer Polski. 

1231. MILWAUKEE DAILY ENQUIRER (d) July 18, 1860- 
1861[?]. 

Editors: A. G. Ellis and Alfred P. Swineford. 

MILWAUKEE ENTERPRISE (1872-1873), see Milwau- 
kee Gazette. 

1232. MILWAUKEE ENTERPRISE (w) 1923-Jan. 1925. 
Editors: S. H. Lane. 

Merged with Wisconsin Weekly Blade (Madison) . 

1233. EVENTS (w) Apr. 5, 1885-Dec. 25, 1897. 

Title varies: Yenowine's News, 1885-Nov. 1895; Yenowine's Illustrated News, Dec. 
1895-Jan. 1897; Illustrated News, Jan.-Oct. 1897. 

Editors: George H. Yenowine and T. W. Haight, 1885-1890; Yenowine, 1890-Nov. 
1895; Mark Forrest and Fred P. Tibbits, Nov. 1895-1897. 

WHi Aug. 2, 1885-Dec. 25, 1897. 

WM Apr. 5, 1885-Jan. 9, 1897. 

1234. EXCELSIOR (w) Sept. 8, 1883-Sept. 5, 1946. 
Published at St. Paul: Nov. 1929-1946. 

Editors: Joseph Britz, 1883-1888; Joseph Springob, 1888-1889; Alfred Steckel, 
1889-1898; Joseph M. Schultheis, 1898-1929. 
In German. 

WHi Oct. 3, 1895-Sept. 5, 1946. 

WMS Sept. 8, 1883-Aug. 27, 1885; Aug. 24, 1893-Dec. 30, 1897; Jan. 5, 

1922-Sept. 26, 1946. 

1235. FARMERS' SENTINEL (w) Jan. 2, 1902-Dec. 28, 1905. 
Published by Milwaukee Sentinel. 

WM complete. 

1236. FRAM (w) July 1894-Sept. 4, 1897. 

Editors: A. C. Tosterud. 

In Norwegian. 

Merged with La Crosse Tidende. 

WHi Nov. 6, 1895-July 2, 1897. 

1237. MILWAUKEE DAILY FREE DEMOCRAT (d) Sept. 16, 
1850-Oct. 1861. 

Published by Wisconsin Free Democrat. 
Merged with Daily Wisconsin. 

WHi Sept. 16, 1850-Feb. 29, 1860. 

WM Sept. 16, 1850-Feb. 29, 1860. 

161 



1238. MILWAUKEE FREE PRESS (d) June 18, 1901-Dec. 1, 
1918. 

Editors: Harry P. Myrick, 1901-1906; Myrick and J. J. Harvey, 1906-1916; Ernst 
H. Kronshage, 1916-1918. 
Merged with Wisconsin News. 

WHi complete. 

WM complete. 

1239. FREIDENKER (w) Apr. 1, 1872-Oct. 25, 1942. 

Published at Minneapolis, Minn.: May 1916-Sept. 1918. 
Published at New Ulm, Minn.: Sept. 1918-1942. 

Title varies: Biron und Brucker's Sonntagsblatt, Apr. 1874-Jan. 1875. 
Editors: Michael Biron, 1872-Apr. 1874; Biron and Joseph Brucker, Apr. 1874- 
Jan. 1875; Brucker, Jan. 1875-Nov. 1876; Carl Doerflinger, Nov. 1876-1878; C. 
Hermann Boppe, 1879-1899; Heinrich Huhn, 1899-Feb. 1908; J. Barandun, Feb. 
1908-Mar. 1910; Willibald Fleck, Apr. 1910-Feb. 1913; Martin L. Bunge, Feb. 
1913-Apr. 1916. 
In German. 

WHi Apr. 1, 1872-Dec. 26, 1909; Jan. 4, 1914-Oct. 25, 1942. 

WM Apr. 1, 1872-Dec. 31, 1876; Jan. 5, 1879-Dec. 30, 1917. 

MILWAUKEE FREIE PRESSE, see Abend Post. 

1240. FREMAD (w) Oct. 29, 1868-Dec. 20, 1871. 
Published at Chicago: 1869-1871. 

Editors: S. Beder. 
In Norwegian. 

IaDeL complete. 

1241. MILWAUKEE SEMI-WEEKLY GAZETTE (sw) Oct. 22, 
1845-Feb. 17, 1846. 

WHi Nov. 26, 1845-Feb. 17, 1846. 

1242. MILWAUKEE DAILY GAZETTE (d} Oct. 21, 1845- 
Feb. 14, 1846. 

Editors: William D. Wilson and Elisha Starr. 
Merged with Milwaukee Sentinel. 
WHi complete. 

1243. MILWAUKEE GAZETTE (w) Dec. 1872-July 24, 1880. 

Title varies: Milwaukee Enterprise , 1872-July 1873; Cream City Courier, July 
1873-Sept. 1879. 

Editors: A. P. Colby, 1872-May 1873; A. E. Vanderpool, May 1873-July 1878; 
Vanderpool and J. C. Pollard, July 1878-May 1879; Pollard, May-Dec. 1879; 
Michael W. O'Ryan, Jan.-July 1880. 

WHi Jan. 17, 1874-July 22, 1876; June 15, 1878-July 17, 1880. 

GERMANIA (w), see Milwaukee America. 

1244. MILWAUKEE GERMANIA ABEND POST (d) Nov. 8, 
1873-Aug. 31, 1878; Sept. 15, 1891-Dec. 31, 1912. 

Title varies: Germania, 1873-Apr. 1897; Germania und Abend Post, May 1897- 

Nov. 1901. 

Published by Milwaukee America. 

In German. 

Merged with Herold und Seebote. 

WHi May 17, 1897-Dec. 31, 1912. 

WM Nov. 8, 1873-Sept. 19, 1874; Nov. 12, 1877-July 31, 1878; Sept. 15. 

1891-Dec. 31, 1912. 

162 



GERMANIA-HEROLD, see Milwaukee-Herold. 

1245. SUNDAY GOSSIP (w) 1873-1874 [?]. 

Editors: Upham and Fuller. 

1246. HEROLD (w, sw) Sept. 21, 1861-Dec. 28, 1917. 

In German. 

WHi Oct. 19, 1866-Oct. 8, 1868; Mar. 2, 1871-Feb. 9, 1906. 
WM Sept. 19, 1863-Sept. 29, 1866; May 7, 1907-Dec. 28, 1917. 

1247. MILWAUKEE-HEROLD (d, sw) Sept. 21, 1861-Aug. 
1862; Oct. 12, 1866 to date. 

Published at Winona, Minn.: Oct. 1932 to date. 

Title varies: Herold, 1861-July 1899; Herold und Seebote, Aug. 1899-1912; Ger- 

mania-Herold, 1913-May 1918. 

Editors: William W. Coleman and Bernard Domschcke, 1861-Aug. 1862; Coleman, 

Aug. 1862-June 1865; Coleman and Domschcke, June 1865-Apr. 1869; Coleman 

and Carl J. Palme, Apr. 1869-1879; Coleman, 1879-Oct. 1888; Edgar W. Coleman, 

Oct. 1888-1896; Otto Luedicke, 1896-June 1912; Emil von Schleinitz, June 1912- 

May 1917; Gustav Haas, May 1917-Oct. 1932. 

In German. 

WHi Oct. 12, 1866-Dec. 14, 1867; Jan. 1, 1886-June 30, 1890; Apr. 1, 

1899 to date. 

WM Oct. 1, 1897 to date. 

1248. HUMANIST (w) Sept. 1851-1854. 

Editors: E. Schroeter. 
In German. 
Followed by Arbeiter. 

ILLUSTRATED NEWS, see Events. 

1249. INDEX (w) Dec. 22, 1877-1878. 

Editors: George W. Godfrey and W. G. Cutler. 
WHi Dec. 22, 1877-Feb. 9, 1878. 

1250. IRREPRESSIBLE CONFLICT (w) Jan. 1 1, 1860-1861 [?]. 
Editors: B. E. Hale. 

1251. ITALIAN LEADER (m, sm) Dec. 1933-1937. 
Editors: Theodore T. Canepa, 1933-1936; Frank Fontanazza, 1936-1937. 

WHi Dec. 1933-Mar. 1, 1936; Jan. 2-Apr. 9, 1937. 

1252. JEWISH DAILY PRESS (d) 1919-1923. 
Published by Milwauker Wochenblat. 

In Yiddish and English. 

1253. MILWAUKIE JOURNAL (w) Aug. 27, 1841-Feb. 16, 

Editors: Elisha Starr. 
Followed by Workingman's Advocate. 
WM complete. 

1254. MILWAUKEE JOURNAL (d) 1850-1851 f?]. 
Editors: William Wilson. 

163 



1255. MILWAUKEE JOURNAL (d) Jan.-Mar. 1856. 
Editors: Bernard Domschcke. 

In German. 
Followed by Atlas. 

1256. MILWAUKEE JOURNAL (d) 1881-1882. 
Editors: Michael Biron. 

In German. 

Merged with Milwaukee Freie Presse. 

1257. MILWAUKEE JOURNAL (d) Nov. 16, 1882 to date. 
Editors: Peter V. Deuster and Michael Kraus, Nov .-Dec. 1882; Kraus and Lucius 
W. Nieman, Dec. 1882-June 1890; Nieman, June 1890-1936; Harry J. Grant, 1936 
to date. 

WHi complete. 
WM complete. 

1258. JOURNAL OF COMMERCE (w) Nov. 14, 1866-Dec. 22, 
1880. 

Editors: Harrison Hayden, 1866-May 1867; Eugene S. Elliott, May 1867-July 
1871; Elliott and H. A. Chittenden, July 1871-Feb. 1873; Chittenden and W. H. 
Bishop, Feb. 1873-1874; Chittenden and O. W. Wright, 1875-Nov. 1878; E. W. 
Magann, Nov. 1878-1880. 

WHi July 10, 1872-Dec. 30, 1874; Jan. 29, 1879-Dec. 22, 1880. 

WM Nov. 21, 1866-Dec. 6, 1871; Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1873. 

1259. JUGOSLOVENSKI OBZOR (w, sm) Jan. 10, 1929-Dec. 
15, 1946. 

Editors: Frank R. Staut. 
In Slovenian. 

WHi Jan. 15. 1943-Dec. 15, 1946. 

WM complete. 

1260. KORSAR (w) Oct. 7, 1854-Jan. 1856. 
Editors: Bernard Domschcke. 

In German. 

Followed by Milwaukee Journal. 

1261. KRYTYKA (w) Nov. 1885-June 1888. 
Editors: Michael Kruszka. 

In Polish. 

Followed by Kuryer Polski. 

1262. KURYER POLSKI (d) June 23, 1888 to date. 

Editors: Michael Kruszka, 1888-1918; S. J. Zowski, 1919-1939; Peter F. Piasecki, 
1939 to date. 
In Polish. 

WHi Jan. 1, 1894-Jan. 4, 1932; Nov. 18, 1943 to date. 

WM complete. 

MILWAUKEE LEADER, see Milwaukee Post. 

1263. DAILY LIFE (d, w) Aug. 17, 1861 -Apr. 1, 1865. 
Editors: Sherman M. Booth. 

Merged with Daily Wisconsin. 
WHi complete. 
WM complete. 

164 



1264. MILWAUKEE MAIL (w) May 26-Aug. 18, 1894. 
Editors: Walter W. Pollock. 

WHi complete. 

1265. MARINE ADVOCATE (w) Feb. 1, 1919-1920. 

Editors: Dudley S. Long. 

WM Feb. 8, 1919-Jan. 17, 1920. 

1266. MILWAUKEE COUNTY NEWS (w) 1946 to date. 
Editors: Fritz Rathmann. 

1267. MILWAUKEE COUNTY NORTHWESTERN (w) 1896- 
1902[?]. 

Editors: E. C. Evans. 

1268. MILWAUKIEAN (w) Oct.-Nov. 1844. 
Editors: George M. Shipper. 

Merged with Milwaukee Commercial Herald. 

1269. DAILY NATIONAL (d) Sept. 10-Nov. 6, 1859. 
Editors: Flaven Bros. 

WHi complete. 

1270. NATIONAL ADVANCE (w) Jan. 5, 1890-1909. 

Title varies: Milwaukee Advance, 1890-June 1894. 
Editors: Robert Schilling. 

WHi Jan. 5, 1890-July 13, 1901. 

1271. NATIONAL BUREAU (w) 1879-1880 [?]. 
Editors: A. E. Vanderpool. 

1272. NATIONAL REFORMER (w) 1879-1906 [?]. 
Editors: Robert Schilling. 

In German. 

1273. MILWAUKEE WEEKLY NEWS (w) Sept. 1848-Jan. 1, 
1881. 

Title varies: Commercial Advertiser, 1848-May 1852. 

1274. SEMI-WEEKLY MILWAUKEE NEWS (sw) May 1852- 
Jan. 1, 1881. 

1275. MILWAUKEE DAILY NEWS (d) Sept. 1848-Nov. 1853; 
Aug. 1854-Jan. 1, 1881. 

Title varies: Milwaukee Daily Commercial Advertiser, 1848-May 1852; Daily Peo- 
ple's Press and News, Dec. 1860-July 1861. 

Editors: Lucas Seaver, 1848-Mar. 1851; Bushnell B. Cary and Sterling P. Rounds, 
Mar-Dec. 1851; George Hyer, Dec. 1851-May 1852; Hyer and David Shaw, May 
1852-1854; G. W. Clason, 1854-Apr. 1856; J. R. Sharpstein and Joseph Lathrop, 
Apr. 1856-1860; C. H. Orton and Beriah Brown, Jan.-July 1861; Sharpstein and 
Lathrop, July 1861-Sept. 1862; George H. Paul, Sept. 1862-May 1874; Elias A. 
Calkins, May 1874-Aug. 1876; Alexander M. Thomson, Sept. 1876-June 1877; 
E. W. Magann, June 1877-1879; James S. White, 1880-1881. 
Followed by Daily Republican and News. 

WHi Feb. 15, 1855-Jan. 1, 1881. 

WM Feb. 15, 1855-Jan. 1, 1881. 

165 



1276. MILWAUKEE DAILY NEWS (d) Mar. 3, 1887-Oct. 15, 

1918. 

Title varies: Daily Review, 1887-May 1889. 

Editors: William H. Park, 1887-1889; Melvin A. Hoyt, 1889-1918. 

Merged with Evening Wisconsin. 

WHi May 30, 1889-Oct. 15, 1918. 

WM complete. 

1277. MILWAUKEE NEWS (d) Nov. 25, 1918-Jan. 14, 1939. 

Title varies: Wisconsin News, 1918-Sept. 1937. 

Editors: Arthur Brisbane, 1918-Feb. 1920; William Randolph Hearst, Feb. 1920- 

Sept. 1937; John H. Black, Sept. 1937-May 1938; H. H. Fris, May 1938-1939. 

WHi complete. 

WM complete. 

1278. NORDWESTLICHE POST (w) Dec. 1891-May 1897. 

Published by Abend Post. 
In German. 

WM Dec. 6, 1892-Dec. 31, 1896. 

1279. NORTH GREENFIELD MAIL (w) 1889-1890[?]. 
Editors: J. L. Rohr. 

1280. NORTH MILWAUKEE GAZETTE (w) 1893-1894 [? J . 

Editors: C. J. Brown. 

1281. NORTH MILWAUKEE NEWS (w) Jan. 14, 1898-1908. 
Editors: A. E. Chase, 1898-Nov. 1901; George Towell, Nov. 1901-1908. 

1282. NORTH MILWAUKEE POST (w) 1927-1928 [?]. 
Editors: Oliver E. Remey. 

1283. NORTH MILWAUKEE PRESS (w) Mar. 16, 1928-1929. 
Editors: A. J. Peck. 

WM Apr. 20-Dec. 29, 1928. 

1284. NORTH MILWAUKEE RECORD (w) 1904-1908 [?]. 

Editors: A. E. Chase. 

1285. NORTH MILWAUKEE REVIEW (w) Mar. 9, 1917- 
Feb. 22, 1918. 

Editors: A. E. Chase. 

WM complete. 

1286. NORTH MILWAUKEE TIMES (w) Aug. 8, 1918-1931. 
Editors: S. E. Hicks. 

WM Aug. 8, 1918-Jan. 30, 1920. 

1287. NORTHWEST REPORTER (w) 1955 to date. 

Editors: Herbert R. Schaefer. 

1288. NORTHWESTERN RECORDER (w, m) Apr. 1892- 
Mar. 1893. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Afro-American, Apr.-Nov. 1892. 
Editors: George A. Brown and Thomas H. Jones. 
WHi Aug. 13, 1892-Mar. 1893. 

166 



1289. NOWINY POLSKIE (d) Dec. 19, 1906-Feb. 14, 1949. 
Editors: B. E. Goral, 1906-1909; M. S. Paruch, 1909-1920; T. A. Jasiorkowski, 
1920-1940; B. Snella, 1940-1949. 

In Polish. 

WHi Nov. 1, 1943-Feb. 14, 1949. 
WM Jan. 2, 1929-Feb. 14, 1949. 

1290. PECKS SUN AND SATURDAY STAR (w) May 1874- 
1900. 

Published at La Crosse: 1874-Mar. 1878. 

Title varies: Peck's Sun, 1874-Dec. 1894. 

Editors: George W. Peck, 1874-1890; George W. Peck, Jr., 1890-Sept. 1894; Harry 

E. Dankoler, Sept. 1894-1900. 

WHi Jan. 2-Mar. 27, 1886; Dec. 29, 1894-Mar. 20, 1897. 

1291. DAILY PEOPLE'S PRESS (d) Aug. 16-Dec. 14, 1860. 
Editors: Beriah Brown. 

Merged with Milwaukee Daily Neivs. 
WM complete. 

DAILY PEOPLES PRESS AND NEWS, see Milwaukee 
Daily News (1848-1881). 

1292. PHOENIX (w) 1854-1863. 

Published at West Bend: 1854-1860. 
Editors: Gustav Grahl. 
In German. 

1293. MILWAUKEE POST (d) Dec. 7, 1911-Apr. 28, 1942. 

Title varies: Milwaukee Leader, 1911-Apr. 1938; Milwaukee New Leader, Apr. 
1938-Jan. 1939; Milwaukee Evening Post, Jan. 1939-Sept. 1940. 
Editors: Victor L. Berger, 1911-Aug. 1929; E. J. Costello, Aug. 1929-1932; John M. 
Work, 1932-1936; Leo Wolfsohn, 1936-1938; Elmer A. Krahn, 1939-1942. 

WHi complete. 

WM complete. 

1294. MILWAUKEE DAILY RECORD (d) Oct. 28, 1895-Mar. 
23, 1897. 

Published by Peck's Sun and Saturday Star. 

WHi Nov. 11, 1895-Mar. 23, 1897. 

1295. MILWAUKEE REFORMER (w) 1890-1902 [?]. 
Editors: Robert Schilling. 

In German. 

1296. DAILY REPORTER (d) 1898 to date. 

Editors: Reporter Pub. Co. 
Official city and county news. 

WHi Nov. 3, 1943 to date. 

WM Mar. 2, 1936 to date. 

1297. DAILY REPUBLICAN AND NEWS (d) Jan. 3, 1881- 
May 20, 1882. 

Editors: Horace Rublee. 
Merged with Milwaukee Sentinel. 

WHi Mar. 27, 1881-May 20, 1882. 

WM complete. 

167 



DAILY REPUBLICAN-SENTINEL, see Milwaukee Sen- 
tinel. 

DAILY REVIEW, see Milwaukee Daily News (1887-1918). 

1298. ROVNOST (d) Sept. 7-Dec. 21, 1892. 

Editors: P. V. Schissler. 
In Bohemian. 

WHi complete. 

1299. ROVNOST (w) 1896-1919 [?]. 
Editors: Edward A. Krall. 

In Bohemian. 

1300. RUNDSCHAU (w) 1880-Apr. 9, 1929. 
Published at Chicago: 1880-1903. 

Published at Winona, Minn.: Dec. 1924-1929. 
Editors: George Brumder. 
In German. 

WM Jan. 6, 1904-Apr. 9, 1929. 

1301. MILWAUKEE SEEBOTE (w, sw) Dec. 1851-Nov. 29, 
1924. 

Published at Winona, Minn.: Sept. 1922-1924. 
In German. 

WHi Jan. 4, 1865-Nov. 29, 1924. 

WM Jan. 1, 1892-Dec. 29, 1899. 

WMS Feb. 1, 1854-Jan. 24, 1855; Jan. 30, 1856-Dec. 26, 1860; Jan. 1, 

1862-Dec. 25, 1889. 

1302. MILWAUKEE SEEBOTE (d) Jan. 27, 1852-May 1, 1898. 
Editors: Amond de St. Vincent, 1851-Jan. 1854; August Greulich and Philip 
Rickert, Jan. 1854-June 1857; Peter V. Deuster. June 1857-Nov. 1906; Joseph C. 
Hoffman, Nov. 1906-1922. 

In German. 

Merged with Herold. 

WM Jan. 1, 1864-Dec. 31, 1866; July 1, 1890-May 1, 1898. 

WMS Jan. 3, 1853-Dec. 30, 1854; Jan. 2, 1862-Dec. 31, 1889. 

1303. MILWAUKEE SENTINEL (w) June 27, 1837-Dec. 26, 
1901. 

Title varies: Milwaukie Sentinel and Wisconsin Farmer, Oct. 1841-Jan. 1842; 
Sentinel and Farmer, Feb.-June 1842; Milwaukie Sentinel, July 1842-Feb. 1846; 
Milwaukee Sentinel and Gazette, Mar. 1846-Oct. 1851. 
Followed by Farmers' Sentinel. 

WHi Jan. 23, 1838-Aug. 11, 1847. 

WM June 27, 1837-Dec. 27, 1854; Jan. 3, 1895-Dec. 26, 1901. 

1304. MILWAUKEE SENTINEL (d) Dec. 4, 1844 to date. 

Title varies: Milwaukie Daily Sentinel, 1844-Feb. 1846; Daily Sentinel and Ga- 
zette, Feb. 1846-Oct. 1851; Daily Republican-Sentinel, May-Dec. 1882. 
Editors: J. O'Rourke and Philo White, June-Sept. 1837; Harrison Reed, Sept. 
1837-May 1842; Elisha Starr, May 1842-Dec. 1844; David M. Keeler, Dec. 1844- 
Feb. 1845; John S. Fillmore and Jason Downer, Feb. 1845-Mar. 1846; Rufus King, 
Mar. 1846-Apr. 1861; T. D. Jermain and H. Brightman, Apr. 1861-1870; A. N. 
Thomson, 1870-1873; A. C. Botkin, 1874-1877; J. L. Kaine, 1877-1880; Amos 
Wright and Theron W. Haight, 1880-1882; Horace Rublee, 1882-1896; Harry P. 

168 



Myrick, 1896-1901; George H. Clemons, 1902-1903; Malcolm C. Douglas, 1903- 
1908; John Poppendieck, Jr., 1908-1918; E. G. Johnson, 1918-1922; George F. 
Lounsbury, 1922-1925; A. C. Backus, 1925-Oct. 1929; Paul C. Block, Oct. 1929- 
1938; H. H. Fris, 1938-1943; Frank L. Taylor, 1943-1955; Robert C. Bassett, 1955 
to date. 

WHi complete. 

WM complete. 

EVENING SIGNAL, see Milwaukee Evening Chronicle. 
SLOVENIJA, see Vestnik. 

1305. SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC HERALD (w) July 9, 1898- 
Sept. 20, 1913. 

Editors: A. S. Edwards, 1898-Nov. 1901; Edwards and Victor L. Berger, Nov. 1901- 
May 1902; Frederic Heath and Berger, May 1902-1913. 
WHi complete. 

1306. SOCIAL MIRROR (w) May-Nov. 1895. 

Editors: Mark Forrest and Fred P. I ibbits. 

1307. MILWAUKEE'R SOCIALIST (d) Nov. 15, 1875-Sept. 3, 
1878. 

Title varies: Socialist, 1875-1876. 

Editors: Joseph Brucker, 1875-1877; Richard Michaelis, 1877-1878. 

In German. 

Followed by Vorwaerts. 

WHi Nov. 15, 1875-Oct. 31, 1876; Aug. 1, 1877-May 31, 1878. 

WMS Dec. 18, 1876-June 30, 1877. 

1308. SONNTAGSBOTE (w) Mar. 11, 1906-Sept. 3, 1922. 

Published by Milwaukee Seebote. 
In German. 

WHi complete. 

WMS Jan. 1914-Dec. 1916. 

1309. MILWAUKEE-SONNTAGSPOST (w) Sept. 19, 1897- 
Oct. 1932. 

Title varies: Germania Sonntagspost, 1897-1905. 
Published by Milwaukee Germania Abend Post, 1897-1905. 
Published by Milwaukee-Herold, 1906-1932. 
In German. 

WHi complete. 

1310. SOUTH SIDE HERALD (w) 1890-1891 [?]. 

Editors: Henry Towell. 

1311. SATURDAY STAR (w) May 18, 1889-Dec. 22, 1894. 
Editors: Ernest W. and Harry E. Dankoler, 1889-Jan. 1894; Harry E. Dankoler, 
Jan.-Dec. 1894. 

Merged with Peck's Sun. 

WHi complete. 

1312. MILWAUKEE STATE JOURNAL (w) Feb. 0, 1879- 
1880. V 

Editors: Charles J. Pratt and Andrew J. Langsworthy. 
WHi Feb. 6-Dec. 6, 1879. 

169 



1313. SUBURBAN NEWS (w) 1893-1902 [?]. 
Title varies: Suburbanite, 1893- [?]. 

Editors: E. H. Mosher, 1893-1899; Thomas L. Everett, 1899-1902. 

1314. MILWAUKEE SUN (m, sm) Jan. 4, 1924-July 1930. 
Editors: Albert C. Kalmback. 

WM complete. 

1315. MILWAUKEE TELEGRAPH (w) Dec. 1, 1878-Nov. 25, 
1899. 

Editors: Elias A. Calkins and C. C. Bowsfield, 1878-July 1879; Calkins and Jerome 
A. Watrous, July 1879-Apr. 1884; Jerome A. Watrous, Apr. 1884-Apr. 1891; 
Jerome A. and R. B. Watrous, Apr. 1891-1899. 

WHi complete. 

WM complete. 

1316. TELEPHON (w) Feb. 1886-May 1, 1898. 
Published by Milwaukee Seebote. 

In German. 

WM July 6, 1890-May 1, 1898. 
WMS complete. 

EVENING TIMES, see Daily Commercial Times. 

1317. MILWAUKEE TIMES (w) 1888 to date. 
Editors: Henry Towell, 1888-1926; Harold Towell, 1926 to date. 

1318. MILWAUKEE TIMES (d) Oct. 10-Nov. 14, 1893. 

Editors: Times Pub. Co. 

WHi complete. 

1319. TRIBUNA ITALIANA (w, m) 1933 to date. 

Editors: Joseph Cacchione, 1933-May 1955; Guiseppe Cacchione, June 1955 to 

date. 

In Italian. 

WHi Jan. 1941 to date. 

1320. SUNDAY TRUTH (w) 1895-1900 [?] . 

Editors: William J. Kendrick. 

1321. UNION SIGNAL (w) Aug. 1892-1907. 
Editors: Fred W. Stearns. 

WHi Nov. 3, 1894-Dec. 27, 1902. 

1322. UNIONIST (w) Mar. 27, 1846-1847 [?]. 
Editors: Abram D. Smith. 

1323. VESTNIK (w) Mar. 21, 1913-Jan. 3, 1929. 

Title varies: Bodocnost, 1913-Oct. 1915; Slovenija, Nov. 1915-Dec. 1921; Delavaska 

Slovenija, Dec. 1921-Dec. 1926. 

Editors: Leo Zakrajsek, 1913-Oct. 1915; Frank X. Veranick, Nov. 1915-1921; Frank 

Novak, 1922-1929. 

In Slovenian. 

1324. VLASTMIL (w) Mar. 7, 1896-1897 [?]. 
Kditors: Anton Novak. 

In Bohemian. 

170 



1325. VOLKSBLATT (w) 1859-1860. 
Editors: Ernst F. Herzog. 

In German. 

1326. MILWAUKEE VOLKSBLATT (w) 1882-1890. 
Editors: Robert Schilling. 

In German. 

1327. VOLKSFREUND (w) Feb. 1847-Apr. 11, 1855. 
In German. 

WHi July 15, 1847-Feb. 13, 1850. 
WMS Jan. 7-Dec. 10, 1851. 

1328. VOLKSFREUND (d) Feb. 11, 1850-Apr. 9, 1855. 

Editors: Ruftis King, Feb.-June 1847; Friedrich Fratny, June 1847-1855. 

In German. 

Merged with Banner. 

WHi Feb. 11-Dec. 31, 1850; Feb. 13-Dec. 31, 1852. 

1329. MILWAUKEE VOLKSZEITUNG (d) Dec. 1889-Dec. 
1892. 

Editors: Simon Hickler, 1889-June 1891; Michael Biron, July 1891-1892. 

In German. 

Followed by Wisconsin Vorwaerts. 

1330. VORWAERTS (d) Sept. 1878-Jan. 1879. 
Editors: Richard Michaelis. 

In German. 

Followed by Milwaukee Freie Presse. 

1331. VORWAERTS (w) Jan. 1, 1893-Dec. 31, 1932. 

Editors: Victor L. Berger, 1893-1904; Jacob Hunger, 1904-Oct. 1911; Heinrich 
Bartel, Oct. 1911-1932. 
In German. 

WHi Jan. 1, 1893-Dec. 30, 1900; Jan. 5, 1902-Dec. 31, 1932. 

WM Jan. 1, 1893-Dec. 31, 1905. 

1332. WAHRHEIT (w) Jan. 7, 1893-June 25, 1910. 

Published by Vorwaerts. 
In German. 

WHi complete. 

1333. WEEKLY WISCONSIN (w) June 2, 1847-Dec. 29, 1900. 
WHi June 9, 1847-May 13, 1857; July 25, 1883-Apr. 17, 1886. 

WM June 9, 1847-July 26, 1848; Jan. 5, 1881-Dec. 29, 1900. 

1334. SEMI-WEEKLY WISCONSIN (sw) Nov. 4, 1862-Aug. 9, 
1882. 

WHi complete. 

1335. EVENING WISCONSIN (d) June 8, 1847-Nov. 23, 1918. 
Title varies: Daily Wisconsin, 1847-May 1868. 

Editors: William E. Cramer and Joseph Curtis, 1847-Sept. 1850; Cramer and C. S. 
Hurley, Sept. 1850-Oct. 1852; Cramer, Oct. 1852-1854; Cramer and A. J. Aikens, 
1854-1892; Cramer, 1892-1905; John F. Cramer, 1905-June 1918; Arthur Brisbane, 
June-Nov. 1918. 
Followed by Wisconsin-News. 

171 



VVHi Apr. 21, 1848-Apr. 18, 1851; Jan. 11-Dec. SI, 1855; May 15, 1857- 
Dec. 31, 1858; Sept. 1, 1859-June 28, 1867; Jan. 3-Dec. 31, 1870; Oct. 7, 
1881-Nov. 23, 1918. 
WM Oct. 1, 1847-Nov. 23, 1918. 

1336. WISCONSIN WEEKLY ADVOCATE (w) May 7, 1898- 
1915. 

Editors: Richard B. Montgomery. 

WHi May 7, 1898-Sept. 19, 1908. 

WISCONSIN AFRO-AMERICAN, see Northwestern Re- 
corder. 

WISCONSIN BANNER (d), see Banner und Volksfreund. 

1337. WISCONSIN BANNER UND VOLKSFREUND (w, sw) 

Sept. 7, 1844-Sept. 13, 1922. 

Title varies: Wiskonsin- Banner, 1844-Apr. 1845; Wisconsin-Banner, Apr. 1845- 

Apr. 1855. 

Editors: Moritz Schoeffler, 1844-Mar. 1851; Schoeffler and F. W. Orban, Apr. 1851- 

Nov. 1870; Schoeffler, Nov. 1870-Sept. 1877; B. H. Gueterbock, Sept. 1877-May 

1880; Herman Sigel, May 1880-1885; Peter V. Deuster, 1885-1906; Joseph C. 

Hoffman, 1906-1922. 

In German. 

WHi Mar. 15-Aug. 30, 1845; Mar. 7, 1846-Aug. 28, 1847; Sept. 15, 

1849-Sept. 1, 1858; Feb. 1, 1879-Oct. 14, 1913. 

WMS Sept. 15, 1849-Sept. 8, 1852; Mar. 16, 1853-Aug. 3, 1882; Jan. 1, 

1885-Dec. 25, 1889. 

1338. WISCONSIN BARNBURNER (tw) Aug.-Sept. 1848. 

Published by Wisconsin Free Democrat. 

1339. WISCONSIN BULLETIN (m) Mar. 1, 1912-Dec. 1916. 
Editors: A. D. Campbell. 

WHi complete. 

1340. WISCONSIN ENTERPRISE-BLADE (w) June 8, 1916 
to date. 

Published at Madison: 1916-Jan. 1925. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Weekly Blade, 1916-Jan. 1925. 

Editors: J. Anthony Josey. 

WHi June 8, 1916-Jan. 15, 1920; Jan. 10, 1925-Sept. 11, 1926; Sept. 3, 

1927-Nov. 10, 1928. 

1341. WISCONSIN FREE DEMOCRAT (w) Mar. 6, 1844-Feb. 
1862. 

Published at Waukesha: 1844-May 1848. 

Title varies: American Freeman, 1844-Aug. 1848; Wisconsin Freeman, Aug. 1848- 
Feb. 1849. 

Editors: Charles C. Sholes, 1844-July 1846; C. C. Olin and T. D. Plumb, July- 
Dec. 1846; Olin and Ichabod Codding, Dec. 1846-May 1848; Sherman M. Booth, 
May 1848-Mar. 1859; L. L. Crouse, Mar. 1859-May 1860; Olin and Christopher L. 
Sholes, May-Dec. 1860; Abram D. Smith and G. W. Chapman, Dec. 1860-Oct. 
1861; William Euen, Oct. 1861-1862. 

WHi Mar. 20, 1844-June 19, 1845; June 11, 1846-Apr. 28, 1852; Dec. 

6, 1854-Nov. 26, 1856; Dec. 9, 1857-Mar. 23, 1859. 

WM Mar. 20, 1844-June 19, 1845; June 11, 1846-Apr. 28, 1852; Dec. 

6, 1854-Nov. 26, 1856; Dec. 9, 1857-Mar. 23, 1859. 

172 



WISCONSIN GREENBACK, see under Sparta. 

1342. WISCONSIN JEWISH CHRONICLE (sw, w) Dec. 16, 
1921 to date. 

Editors: Nathan J. Gould, 1921-Oct. 1941; Irving G. Rhodes, Oct. 1941 to date. 
WHi complete. 

1343. WISCONSIN LEADER (w) May 12, 1934-May 15, 1936. 
Editors: Andrew J. Biemiller. 

WHi complete. 

1344. WISCONSIN LEGAL NEWS (d) Oct. 11, 1878-July 3, 
1884. 

Editors: C. D. Kendrick. 
Official city and county news. 

WHi complete. 

WM complete. 

WISCONSIN NEWS, see Milwaukee News (1918-1939). 

1345. WISCONSIN PATRIOT (w) May 1893-June 1898. 
Editors: A. C. Macrorie. 

WHi Aug. 11, 1894-Apr. 23, 1898. 

1346. WISCONSIN STANDARD (w) Feb. 16, 1878-1882. 
Published at Oshkosh: 1878-Sept. 1881. 

Title varies: Greenback Standard, Feb.-Oct. 1878; Oshkosh Standard, Oct. 1878- 
July 1880. 

Editors: Thomas C. Levy and A. D. Ryckman, Feb.-Oct. 1878; Hiram and Edward 
B. Morley, Nov. 1878-Jan. 1880; Edwin Petersilea, Jan. 1880-1881; E. H. Benton 
and W. C. Powell, 1881-1882. 

WHi Mar. 22, 1878-Aug. 11, 1881. 

1347. WISCONSIN STATESMAN (w, m) 1926-Feb. 1952. 
Published at Port Washington: 1926-1928. 

Editors: Albert D. Bolens. 

WHi Mar. 1933-Feb. 1952. 

1348. WISCONSIN VORWAERTS (d) Jan. 3, 1893-Aug. 17, 
1898. 

Published by Vorwaerts. 
In German. 

WHi complete. 

WM complete. 

1349. WISCONSINI MAGYARSAG (w) Feb. 14, 1924 to date. 
Editors: Alex Dessewffy, 1924-1934; Saudor Oessewtty, 1934-1939; Charles Klein, 
1939 to date. 

In Hungarian. 

WHi Dec. 3, 1943 to date. 

1350. WISCONSINSKY SLOVAK (w, m) Sept. 1929-1940[?]. 
Editors: Henry Kusick, Jr., 1929-1939; Michael Holasek, Jr., 1939-1940. 

In Bohemian. 

173 



WISKONSIN BANNER, see Wisconsin Banner und Volks- 
freund. 

1351. MILWAUKER WOCHENBLAT (w) Mar. 6, 1914 to 
date. 

Editors: Isador S. Horwitz. 
In Yiddish. 

WHi Mar. 8, 1917-Mar. 1, 1918; Apr. 18, 1928 to date. 

WM complete. 

1352. WORKINGMAN'S ADVOCATE (w) Apr. 1 842-1843 [?]. 

1353. MILWAUKEE WORLD (w) 1884-1896 [?]. 

Editors: J. L. Rohr. 

YENO WINE'S NEWS, see Events. 

1354. ZGODA (w) 1882-1888 [?]. 
Editors: Zbigien Brodowski. 

In Polish. 



SHOREWOOD 

1355. SHOREWOOD HERALD (w) June 28, 1929 to date. 
Title varies: Suburban Herald, 1929-June 1933. 

Editors: John Clifford, 1929-June 1933; Claude V. Sullivan, June 1933-May 1940; 
Harvey J. Kitz and Harold R. Murphy, May 1940 to date. 
WHi Mar. 27, 1953 to date. 

1356. SHOREWOOD RADIO (w) Oct. 19, 1923-June 14, 1929. 
Editors: E. G. Henkel. 

Followed by Suburban Herald. 



SOUTH MILWAUKEE 
SOUTH MILWAUKEE JOURNAL, see Voice-Journal. 

1357. SOUTH MILWAUKEE NEWS (w) 1896-1900 [?]. 
Editors: J. C. Smith, 1896-1898; William W. Scott, 1898-1899; Edward Whalen, 
1899-1900. 

1358. SOUTH MILWAUKEE STAR (w) Nov. 26, 1892-Dec. 
1894. 

Editors: John E. Holmes. 

1359. SOUTH MILWAUKEE TIMES-NEWS (w) 1900-1907. 
Editors: Henry Towell. 

1360. VOICE (w) Mar. 16, 1933-June 21, 1951. 

Editors: F. P. Neumann and Arthur M. Huebner, 1933-1941; Huebner, 1941-May 
1947; Gordon R. Lewis, May 1947-1951. 
Merged with Journal Press. 

WHi Jan. 6, 1944-June 21, 1951. 

174 



1361. VOICE-JOURNAL (w, sw) Jan. 28, 1893 to date. 

Title varies: South Milwaukee Journal, 1893-Nov. 1950; Journal Press, Nov. 1950- 

June 1951. 

Editors: T. J. Russell and L. A. Miner, 1893-Sept. 1903; Miner, Sept. 1903-May 

1904; F. M. Lemmers, June-Dec. 1904; Frank Atkin, Dec. 1904-June 1906; Fred L. 

Hook, July 1906-Apr. 1950; Leo R. Stonek, May 1950-June 1951; Gordon R. 

Lewis, June 1951 to date. 

WHi Jan. 28-Dec. 30, 1893; May 27, 1899 to date. 



WAUWATOSA 

1362. WAUWATOSA INDEPENDENT (w) 1895-1908 [?]. 
Editors: E. C. Evans, 1895-1903; W. H. Goodall, 1903-1908. 

1363. WAUWATOSA NEWS (w) 1885-1890 [?] . 

Editors: News Pub. Co. 

1364. WAUWATOSA NEWS-TIMES (w) Mar. 1899 to date. 
Title varies: Wauwatosa News, 1899-Apr. 1948. 

Editors: John R. Benoy, 1899-Mar. 1921; C. L. Benoy, Mar. 1921-Sept. 1942; W. 
R. Jaeger, Sept. 1942-Aug. 1943; Lee Perry, Aug. 1943-June 1955; Arthur L. 
Grede and Jack Cory, June 1955 to date. 

WHi Mar. 24, 1900 to date. 

WM Jan. 7, 1916-Apr. 4, 1919. 

1365. NORTHWESTERN (w) 1895-1896 [?]. 
Editors: Lloyd Skinner. 

1366. WAUWATOSA TIMES (w) 1890-1894 [?]. 
Editors: E. H. Mosher. 

1367. WAUWATOSA TIMES (w) Jan. 5, 1939-Apr. 1, 1948. 
Editors: R. A. Erdman, 1939-Feb. 1940; Harvey J. Kitz, Feb. 1940-1947; Charles 
S. Williston, 1947-1948. 

Merged with Wauwatosa News. 

WHi May 18, 1945-Jan. 24, 1940. 



WEST ALLIS 

1368. WEST ALLIS ENTERPRISE (w) Sept. 21, 1901-1902 [?] . 

Editors: Henry Towell. 

1369. SATURDAY GRAPHIC (w) Mar. 19-Aug. 6, 1955. 
Editors: Margaret Benson. 

WHi complete. 

1370. WEST ALLIS INDEPENDENT (w) 1908-1913 [?]. 
Editors: Frank D. Sullivan, 1908-1911; James E. Ballard, 1911-1913. 

1371. WEST ALLIS NEWS (w) 1920-1921 [?]. 

Editors: S. E. Hicks and T. W. McLain. 

1372. WEST ALLIS PRESS (w) 1912-1919. 

Editors: William Koontz, 1912-1916; J. D. Koontz, 1916-1918; Henry Towell, 
1918-1919. 

WM Jan. 5, 1917-July 4, 1919. 

175 



1373. WEST ALLIS STAR (w, sw) Dec. 14, 1916 to date. 
Editors: E. W. Feldschneider, 1916-1921; Adolph F. Sells, 1921-Oct. 1928; Lester 
J. Krebs, Oct. 1928-1942; Krebs and Arnold H. Klentz, 1942-Apr. 1944; Krebs and 
Carroll T. Benson, Apr. 1944-1947; Benson, 1948 to date. 

WHi Nov. 18, 1943 to date. 

WM Dec. 28, 1916-July 3, 1919. 

WWe Nov. 9, 1933 to date. 



WHITEFISH BAY 

1374. WHITEFISH BAY HERALD (w) June 12, 1930 to date. 

Published by Shorewood Herald. 

WHi Sept. 17, 1953 to date. 

1375. WHITEFISH BAY PIONEER (w) Jan. 1892-1893 [?] . 
Editors: G. A. Rogers. 



176 



Monroe County 



CASHTON 

1376. CASHTON ENTERPRISE (w) Apr. 1895-July 1896. 
Editors: E. H. Briggs, Apr.-Aug. 1895; E. H. Brown and Joseph W. Haughton, 
Aug. 1895-1896. 

Followed by Cashton Record. 

1377. CASHTON INDEPENDENT (w) Aug. 1903-Oct. 1905. 
Editors: Jay R. Hinckley, 1903-1904; J. A. Norris, 1904-1905. 

Merged with Cashton Record. 

1378. CASHTON RECORD (w) Aug. 1896 to date. 

Editors: Frank R. Haines, 1896-1897; P. J. McManamy, 1897-1899; O. G. Briggs, 
1899-Oct. 1905; E. H. Brown, Oct. 1905-June 1935; Carl O. Larson, June 1935- 
June 1937; Evelyn Steinbrecker, June 1937-Feb. 1938; Martin E. Hagen, Feb. 1938 
to date. 

WHi Jan. 2, 1903 to date. 

1379. CASHTON STAR (w) Dec. 1893-Apr. 1895. 

Editors: J. A. Haines, 1893-1894; Frank R. Haines, 1894-1895. 
Followed by Cashton Enterprise. 

1380. CASHTON SUN (w) 1900-1901 [?]. 
Editors: Frank R. Haines. 



KENDALL 

1381. KENDALL KEYSTONE (w) Jan. 28, 1904 to date. 
Editors: Clarence S. Dodge, 1904-July 1905; Alex R. McCleneghan, Aug. 1905- 
June 1925; Henry H. Francisco, Aug. 1925-1932; Oliver R. Witte, 1933-Nov. 1951 
Philip J. Egan, Dec. 1951 to date. 

WHi Jan. 28, 1904-Dec. 25, 1919; Jan. 5, 1922 to date. 



NORWALK 

1382. NORWALK SENTINEL (w) Jan.-June 1888. 

1383. NORWALK STAR (w) Nov. 1903-Dec. 6, 1929. 
Editors: Otto W. Sprecher, 1903-1907; E. G. Hesselgrave, 1907-1929. 
Merged with Wilton Herald. 

STAR HERALD NEWS, see under Wilton. 

1384. NORWALK TIMES (w) 1888-1899 [?]. 
Editors: H. C. McGary. 

177 



SPARTA 
SPARTA ADVERTISER, see Monroe County Republican. 

1385. SPARTA DEMOCRAT (w) June 29-Nov. 9, 1859. 
Editors: George Babcock and Richard H. Copeland. 

WHi complete. 

SPARTA DEMOCRAT (1867-1869), see Sparta Herald. 

SPARTA DEMOCRAT (1885-1895), see Monroe County 
Democrat. 

DEMOCRAT ENTERPRISE, see Monroe County Demo- 
crat. 

SPARTA EAGLE, see Monroe County Democrat. 

1386. SPARTA HERALD (w) Aug. 1855 to date. 

Title varies: Sparta Watchman, 1855-June 1856; Monroe County Freeman, June 
1856-1858; Sparta Democrat, 1867-Apr. 1869. 

Editors: Milton Montgomery and James D. Condit, 1855-June 1856; Lucius M. 
Rose, June 1856-1858; David McBride, 1858-1867; William J. Whipple, 1867-Apr. 
1869; David and Wilfred McBride, Apr. 1869-1884; Wilfred McBride, 1884-Aug. 
1920; James W. Spradling, Sept. 1920-Aug. 1930; Thoedore C. Radde, Sept. 1930- 
May 1947; Theodore C. and Donald P. Radde, June 1947 to date. 

WHi July 11, 1861-Dec. 10, 1862; Apr. 13, 1869 to date. 

WSp Jan. 1903 to date. 

HERALD-ADVERTISER, see Monroe County Republi- 
can. 

1387. SPARTA INDEPENDENT (w) July 5, 1890-June 30, 
1894. 

Editors: H. E. Kelley, 1890-Jan. 1894; L. S. Humphrey, Jan.-June 1894. 
Merged with Sparta Herald. 

WHi Nov. I, 1890-June 30, 1894. 

1388. MONROE CITIZEN (irreg) 1854-1855. 

Editors: L. P. Rising. 

1389. MONROE COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) May 9, 1863- 
1865. 

Editors: Henry R. Hayden. 

WHi May 9, 1863-Dec. 5, 1864. 

1390. MONROE COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) June 1861 to 
date. 

Title varies: Sparta Eagle, 1861-May 1871; Monroe County Republican, May 
1871-Aug. 1879; Democrat Enterprise, Jan.-Nov. 1885; Sparta Democrat, Nov. 
1885-June 1895. 

Editors: William H. Farnham, 1861-Aug. 1867; George Redway, Aug. 1867-1868; 
R. E. Redway, 1868-May 1869; D. B. Priest and Malcolm Graham, June 1869-Feb. 
1870; William R. Finch, Feb.-May 1870; H. G. Rising, May-Nov. 1870; R. C. 
Bierce and D. W. Wilson, Nov. 1870-Feb. 1871; Wilson and Theodore F. Hollister, 
Feb. 1871-May 1872; Wilson, May 1872-Jan. 1879; F. A. Brown, Jan. 1879-Sept. 

178 



1883; Guy Whitney, Oct. 1883-May 1884; B. W. Perry, May 1884-Oct. 1885; B. E. 
McCoy, Oct. 1885-Sept. 1895; D. C. and S. E. Streeter, Sept. 1895-Oct. 1897; D. W. 
Cheney and Clark S. McCoy, Oct. 1897-Sept. 1898; D. C. and S. E. Streeter, Oct. 
1898-Aug. 1902; D. C. Streeter and Clark S. McCoy, Sept. 1902-Dec. 1903; George 
S. Ellicott, Dec. 1903-Sept. 1904; J. P. Rice, Sept. 1904-Nov. 1907; Rice and James 
W. Spradling, Nov. 1907-1911; William N. Wells, 1911-1913; Spradling, 1914- 
1917; W. C. Showers, 1917-1938; Theodore C. Radde, 1938-May 1947; John D. 
Rice, May 1947-Apr. 1954; Z. S. Rice, Apr. 1954 to date. 

WHi July 11, 1866-Sept. 19, 1867; Jan. 13-May 12, 1871; Jan. 14, 1876 

to date. 

WSp Jan. 1904 to date. 

MONROE COUNTY FREEMAN, see Sparta Herald. 

MONROE COUNTY REPUBLICAN (1871-1879), see 
Monroe County Democrat. 

1391. MONROE COUNTY REPUBLICAN (w) Mar. 1885- 
Oct. 26, 1911. 

Published at Portage: 1885-1892; Published at Tomah: 1892-Jan. 1894. 

Title varies: Portage Advertiser, 1885-Sept. 1888; Herald-Advertiser, Sept. 1888- 

Jan. 1894; Sparta Advertiser, Jan. 1894-1901. 

Editors: Lemuel H. Doyle, 1885-June 1886; E. H. Hughes, June-Oct. 1886; S. S. 

Newton and Edward J. Doyle, Oct. 1886-1887; Newton and F. A. Brown, Jan.- 

Aug. 1888; Jay R. Hinckley, Aug. 1888-June 1889; J. W. Chancellor, June 1889- 

1894; Albert C. Hinckley, 1894-1895; Jay R. Hinckley, 1895-1906; Robert A. 

Merrill, 1906-1908; John W. Dorrington and Harry V. Ross, 1908-1911; J. M. 

Ax tell, 1911. 

WHi Nov. 10, 1886-June 12, 1890. 

1392. SPARTA TRIBUNE (w) May 1882-Feb. 1884. 

Editors: Theodore F. Hollister. 
Merged with Monroe County Democrat. 

SPARTA WATCHMAN, see Sparta Herald. 

1393. WISCONSIN GREENBACK (w) June 29, 1876-Sept. 18, 
1879. 

Suspended: May-Sept. 1879. 
Editors: Arthur B. and J. Lamborn. 
WHi complete. 



TOMAH 

BADGER STATE MONITOR, see Tomah Monitor- 
Herald. 

1394. TOMAH CHIEF (w) May 28, 1859-Jan. 14, 1860. 
Editors: Joseph K. Averill. 

WHi complete. 

1395. TOMAH DEMOCRAT (w) 1867-1868 [?]. 
Editors: Joseph K. Averill. 

1396. TOMAH ENTERPRISE (w) Apr. 1885-July 1887. 
Editors: E. A. Alderman. 

179 



1397. HERALD (w) 1894-1904. 

Editors: Jay R. Hinckley, 1894-1898; Albert G. Hinckley, 1898-1900; Briggs Bros., 
1900-1903; Robert G. Lee, 1903-1904. 
Merged with Tomah Monitor. 

HERALD-ADVERTISER, see Monroe County Republi- 
can (Sparta). 

1398. TOMAH JOURNAL (w) July 24, 1867 to date. 

Editors: James A. and Charles D. Wells, 1867-1883; Fred Kibbe, Jan.-July 1884; 
S. L. Chase, July 1884-Jan. 1885; L. B. Squier, Jan. 1885-June 1929; L. W. Kenny, 
July 1929 to date. 

WHi Nov. 20, 1867 to date. 

1399. TOMAH MONITOR-HERALD (w) July 1, 1880 to date. 

Title varies: Badger State Monitor, 1880-1888; Tomah Monitor, 1889-1904. 
Editors: Jay R. Hinckley, 1880-1888; James A. Wells, 1889-1893; James A. and 
C. J. Wells, 1893-Nov. 1920; C. J. Wells, Nov. 1920-Jan. 1927; R. A. Wells, Jan.- 
May 1927; L. W. Kenny, June 1927 to date. 

WHi Jan. 3, 1894-Dec. 30, 1929; Feb. 11, 1947 to date. 

1400. MONROE COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Jan. 5, 1878- 
Jan. 4, 1879. 

Editors: F. A. Brown. 

WHi complete. 

1401. MONROE COUNTY LEADER (w) 1934-1935 [?]. 
Editors: Robert Brayton. 

1402. TOMAH REMINDER (w) 1934-1935 [?]. 
Editors: F. W. Walcup. 

1403. TOMAH STAR (w) 1880-1881 [?]. 
Editors: Fred Kibbe. 



VALLEY JUNCTION 

1404. VALLEY ADVOCATE (w) Mar. 3, 1898-Sept. 13, 1900. 
Editors: E. T. Hale. 

Merged with Warrens Index. 
WHi complete. 

1405. WISCONSIN VALLEY SETTLER (sm) Apr. 1, 1905- 
Nov. 1907. 

Editors: William C. Brawley. 

WHi Apr. 1-June 3, 1905. 



WARRENS 

1406. WARRENS INDEX (w) Oct. 2, 1896-Sept. 1910. 
Editors: W. G. Evans, 1896-1898; I. S. Dunn, 1898-Nov. 1901; Guy W. Small, Nov. 
1901-1908; L. F. Waggoner, 1908-1909; F. R. Barber, 1909-1910. 
WHi Jan. 13, 1899-Nov. 15, 1901. 

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WILTON 

1407. WILTON HERALD (w) 1894-Dec. 1929. 

Editors: C. H. Brown, 1894-1900; J. E. Gruber, 1900-1924; V. O. Fuller, 1924-1927; 
Alex R. McCleneghan, 1927-1928; Raymond E. Bump, 1928-1929. 
Followed by Star Herald News. 

1408. STAR HERALD NEWS (w) Dec. 13, 1929-Aug. 29, 1957. 
Published at Norwalk: 1929-Feb. 1948. 

Editors: E. G. Hesselgrave, 1929-1935; Anna Hesselgrave, 1935-1939; Lloyd D. 
Hesselgrave, 1939-1941; W. L. Dayne, 1941-1942; Martin Hagen, 1942-Sept. 1943; 
B. S. Norton, Oct. 1943-May 1944; William J. Norton, June 1944-Aug. 1945; Hel- 
mer L. Gilbertson, Aug -Dec. 1945; E. Lynn Finch, 1946-1947; E. A. Bergemann, 
1947-Jan. 1949; C. W. Spalthoff, Feb.-Aug. 1949; Frank E. Wendt, Sept. 1949-1957. 
WHi Oct. 1, 1943-Aug. 29, 1957. 

1409. WILTON TIMES (w) Sept. 19, 1930-Nov. 13, 1931. 
Editors: Joseph M. and Guy E. Cooksey. 



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CLAYWOOD 

1410. MAPLE VALLEY EDUCATOR (w) Mar. ] 893-1894 f?] 
Editors: Haybert Holm. 



GILLETT 

1411. GILLETT TIMES (w) 1900-Dec. 27, 1951. 

Editors: Lewis P. Perry, 1900-1922; George Stoffregen, 1922-1926; A. E. Wray, 

1926-1928; Oliver L. Halsted, 1928-1933; W. E. Clough, 1933-Nov. 1944; Ernest J. 

Shellman, Nov. 1944-1951. 

Merged with Oconto Falls Herald. 

WHi Nov. 4, 1943-Dec. 27, 1951. 



LENA 

1412. LENA NEWS (w) 1908-1909[?]. 
Editors: G. W. Van Vuren. 



OCONTO 

1413. ENQUIRER (w) July 30, 1881-Aug. 29, 1924. 

Editors: Francis C. Sharp and Alex Brazeau, 1881-Apr. 1883; Sharp, Apr. 1883- 
Feb. 1890; Rose A. Sharp, Mar. 1890-1924. 
Merged with Oconto County Reporter. 

WHi July 30, 1881-Julv 5, 1901; July 7, 1905-July 28, 1911; July 25, 

1913-July 16, 1915. 

HERALD, see Oconto County Times-Herald (Oconto 
Falls). 

1414. OCONTO LUMBERMAN (w) Mar. 1864-1920. 
Editors: Joseph W. Hall. 

WHi Nov. 22, 1873-Dec. 19, 1874. 

1415. OCONTO COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Aug. 1859-Jan. 
1860. 

Editors: T. A. Harney. 

1416. OCONTO COUNTY ENTERPRISE (w) 1898-Apr. 2, 
1920. 

Editors: Philip A. Badour, 1898-1916; R. H. Downie, 1916-1918; Stephen Bolles, 

1918-1920. 

Merged with Oconto County Reporter. 

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1417. OCONTO COUNTY REPORTER (w) Nov. 10, 1871 to 
date. 

Editors: A. R. Bradbury, Nov.-Dec. 1871; A. Reinhart and H. W. Gilkey, 1872- 
Sept. 1873; Cyrus S. Hart, Sept. 1873-July 1881; P. H. Swift, July 1881-Nov. 1885; 
Hart, Nov. 1885-Mar. 1895; J. H. Waggoner, Mar. 1895-Nov. 1900; W. M. Corn- 
stock and Ernest J. McCall, Nov. 1900-Nov. 1904; Comstock, Nov. 1904-Mar. 1938; 
Raymond G. Hyde, Apr. 1938-Mar. 1939; W. M. Comstock, Apr. 1939-1947; Duane 
S. McCall, 1948 to date. 

WHi Jan. 13, 1872 to date. 

1418. OCONTO PIONEER (w) June 25, 1859-Nov. 1875. 
Editors: George C. Ginty, 1859-Feb. 1864; Henry D. Ginty and Cyrus S. Hart, Feb. 
1864-1875. 

Merged with Oconto Lumberman. 

WHi June 25, 1859-Oct. 12, 1865. 

1419. OCONTO REPUBLICAN (w) 1880-July 1881. 
Editors: P. H. Swift. 

Followed by Enquirer. 

1420. OCONTO TIMES (w) 1873-1875 [?]. 
Editors: A. Reinhart. 



OCONTO FALLS 

1421. OCONTO FALLS LEADER (w) 1898-1900. 
Editors: C. D. Perkins. 

1422. OCONTO COUNTY TIMES-HERALD (w) July 1898 
to date. 

Published at Oconto: 1898-Sept. 1899. 

Title varies: Herald, 1898-July 1902; Oconto Falls Herald, July 1902-Mar. 1912; 
Union Farmer-Herald, Mar. 1912-Apr. 1916; Farmer- Herald, May 1916-May 1920; 
Oconto Falls Herald, May 1920-1951. 

Editors: R. P. Smith, 1898-June 1920; W. M. Comstock, June 1920-Mar. 1921; 
Smith, Apr. 1921-1926; A. E. Wray, 1926-1928; Smith, 1928-1929; Ernest J. Shell- 
man, 1929-1953; Ernest J. and Robert Shellman, 1954 to date. 
WHi Jan. 6, 1899 to date. 

1423. UNION FARMER (w) June 1911-Mar. 22, 1912. 
Editors: Robert H. Wright. 

Merged with Oconto Falls Herald. 

WHi Aug. 19, 1911-Mar. 22, 1912. 



SURING 

1424. SURING SUN (w) 1915-1926 [?] . 

Editors: Joseph Thielke, 1915-1925; Gilbert W. Thielke, 1925-1926. 

Merged with Oconto County Reporter (Oconto). 



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MINOCQUA 
1425. LAKELAND TIMES (w) Apr. 1891 to date. 

Title varies: Minocqua Times, 1891-1939. 

Editors: Henry C. Morrill, 1891-Nov. 1892; Charles W. Hooper, Nov. 1892-Aug. 
1911; F. A. Lowell, Aug. 1911-1914; William H. and S. M. Fisher, 1914-1927; Enos 
E. Fisher, 1927-June 1952; William Clothier and David A. O'Conner, June 1952- 
May 1955; Clothier, May 1955-1956; Jessie W. Todd, 1957 to date. 
WHi Jan. 1, 1896-July 27, 1911; Oct. 29, 1943 to date. 



MONICO 

1426. FOREST COUNTY SPY (w) 1885-1888 [?]. 
Editors: Millard Bros., 1885-1887; George H. Hastings, 1887-1888. 



RHINELANDER 

1427. RHINELANDER HERALD (w) Apr. 1885-Aug. 1912. 
Published at Merrill: 1885-June 1886. 

Title varies: West Merrill Herald, 1885-June 1886; Oneida County Herald, July 
1886-Aug. 1893. 

Editors: D. S. Johnson, 1885-Apr. 1891; Johnson and George M. Patchen, Apr. 
1891-Apr. 1892; James R. Howe, Apr. 1892-Mar. 1893; A. W. Shelton, Apr. 1893- 
Oct. 1908; H. E. Osborne, Oct. 1908-1912. 

WHi Oct. 24, 1891-Oct. 2, 1909. 

WRh Sept. 1892-Dec. 1911. 

1428. NEW NORTH (w) Dec. 7, 1882-Sept. 10, 1947. 

Editors: Charles F. Barnes, 1882-1888; George W. Bishop, 1888-1898; William C. 
Ogden, 1898-1906; F. A. Lowell, 1906-1927; Harry E. Slossen, 1927-Nov. 1946; 
Joseph E. Bloom, Dec. 1946-1947. 
Merged with Rhinelander Daily News. 

WHi Jan. 4, 1912-Dec. 28, 1939; Jan. 1, 1942-Sept. 10, 1947. 

WRh Jan. 1884-Sept. 10, 1947. 

1429. RHINELANDER NEWS (w) Dec. 30, 1886-1920 [?]. 
Title varies: Eagle River Vindicator, 1886-July 1890. 

WHi Jan. 20-July 21, 1887; July 24, 1890-Apr. 20, 1920. 
WRh Jan. 1905-Apr. 20, 1917. 

1430. RHINELANDER DAILY NEWS (d) Mar. 1, 1917 to date. 
Editors: P. O'Brien, 1886-Sept. 1887; O. B. Moon, Oct. 1887-July 1890; Samuel 
Shaw, July 1890-Aug. 1899; W. H. Trumbull, Sept. 1899-Aug. 1910; Edward E. 
Payne, Aug. 1910-June 1914; Morris H. Barton, July 1914-1920; William R. 
Jaeger, 1921-1925; Clifford G. Ferris, 1925 to date. 

WHi Dec. 8, 1943 to date. 
WRh complete. 

184 






1431. RHINELANDER TIDENDE (w) 1896-1897 [?]. 
Editors: C. J. Ogden. 
In Norwegian. 



THREE LAKES 

1432. THREE LAKES ECHO (w) 1889-1890 [?]. 
Editors: Iver Anderson. 

1433. THREE LAKES ENTERPRISE (w) 1896-1903[?] 
Editors: Frank Steiner. 

1434. FOREST ADVANCE (w) 1904-1912. 
Editors: William J. Neu. 

WHi May 4-Dec. 28, 1911. 

FOREST LEAVES, see under North Crandon. 

1435. THREE LAKES NEWS (w) Dec. 3, 1931 to date. 

Published by Vilas County News-Review (Eagle River) . 
WHi Mar. 9, 1933 to date. 



185 



Outagamie County 



APPLETON 

1436. WEEKLY ADVERTISER (w) Apr. 1902-1903. 
Editors: Charles Nelson and Millard Greulich, 1902-1903; R. H. Henry, 1903. 
Merged with Fox River Journal. 

1437. APPLETON CRESCENT (w) Feb. 10, 1853-1919. 
WHi Feb. 10, 1853-Dec. 29, 1906. 

1438. APPLETON CRESCENT (d) Oct. 1890-Jan. 31, 1920. 
Editors: Samuel Ryan, Jr., 1853-1907; Samuel J. Ryan, 1907-1918; R. J. Meyer, 
1918-1920. 

Merged with Appleton Daily Post. 

WHi Apr. 16, 1897-Jan. 31, 1920. 
WA July 1899-Jan. 31, 1920. 

1439. DEMOCRATIC FREE PRESS (w) May 15, 1856-1857 [?] . 

1440. FOX RIVER JOURNAL (w, d) 1903-1917. 

Editors: R. H. Henry, 1903-Jan. 1904; Edward J. Westphal, Jan. 1904-1917. 
WHi Feb. 27, 1905-Mar. 1, 1917. 

1441. DAILY FREE PRESS (d) July 12, 1856-1857 [?]. 

1442. GEGENWART (w, sw) June 1889-June 12, 1916. 

Editors: J. C. Kaiser and Theodore Marsh, 1889-1891; Marsh and H. Ellermann, 
1891-1895; Carl Seegar, 1895-1916. 
In German. 

WHi Nov. 7, 1898-June 12, 1916. 

1443. MONTAGS-BLATT (w) Mar. 1890-Sept. 13, 1920. 
Title varies: Volksfreund und Haus-Schatz, 1890-Oct. 1894. 
Published by Appleton Volksfreund. 

In German. 

WHi Dec. 22, 1891-Sept. 13, 1920. 

1444. PEOPLE'S CHAMPION (w) Sept. 12, 1877-July 24, 1880. 
Published at Fond du Lac: 1877-Oct. 1879. 

Editors: J. O. Barrett and I. R. Sanford, 1877-Jan. 1879; Sanford and Eugene B. 
Bolens, Jan.-Aug. 1879; Sanford, Aug.-Dec. 1879; Sanford and J. N. Wait, Jan.- 
July 1880. 
Merged with Oshkosh Standard. 

WHi Dec. 5, 1877-July 24, 1880. 

1445. APPLETON WEEKLY POST (w) Aug. 18, 1859-1914. 
Title varies: Appleton Motor, 1859-Sept. 1866. 

WHi Aug. 18, 1859-Dec. 26, 1912. 

186 



1446. APPLETON POST-CRESCENT (d) May 1883 to date. 
Title varies: Appleton Daily Post, 1883-Jan. 1920. 

Editors: Frank A. Ryan and F. C. Meade, Aug.-Oct. 1859; Ryan and E. D. Ross, 
Oct. 1859-July 1863; Ross, July 1863-Sept. 1866; Henry Pomeroy and Clarence W. 
Baker, Oct. 1866-May 1867; Baker, May 1867-Apr. 1868; A. J. Reid and E. I. 
Grumley, Apr .-Sept. 1868; R. Buchanan, Sept. 1868-Oct. 1869; A. J. Reid, Oct. 
1869-Dec. 1881; A. J. and T. B. Reid, Dec. 1881-Jan. 1910; T. B. Reid and E. P. 
Humphrey, Jan. 1910-1920; John K. Kline, 1920-1930; John R. Riedl, 1930-Feb. 
1931; Victor I. Minahan, Feb. 1931-1954; Victor I. Minahan, Jr., 1954 to date. 

WHi Jan. 3, 1913 to date. 

WA July 1899 to date. 

1447. APPLETON REVIEW (sw) Jan. 16, 1930-Jan. 15, 1932. 
Editors: Erik L. Madisen. 

1448. WEEK-END REVIEW (w) Oct. 24, 1930-May 15, 1931. 
Published by Appleton Review. 

1449. SAMSTAG-BOTE (w) 1902-1918 [?]. 
Published by Wecker. 

In German. 

1450. APPLETON CITY TIMES (w) Feb. 26, 1870-1871 [?]. 
Editors: John N. Stone. 

1451. APPLETON VOLKSFREUND (w) Jan. 8, 1870-1932. 
Published at Winona, Minn.: 1930-1932. 

Editors: Herman Erb and Gustav Selbach, 1870-June 1871; Selbach and H. W. 
Meyer, June 1871-1872; Meyer, 1872-1881; Meyer and Gustav Commentz, 1881- 
Sept. 1883; Meyer and Franz Stummer, Oct. 1883-Oct. 1890; H. W. and George 
Meyer, Nov. 1890-Apr. 1892; H. W. Meyer and H. Ellerman, Apr. 1892-Nov. 1895; 
H. W. Meyer and Carl Seegar, Nov. 1895-1912; Seegar and R. J. Meyer, 1912-1929. 
In German. 

WHi Jan. 7, 1874-Dec. 26, 1929. 

VOLKSFREUND UND HAUS-SCHATZ, see Montags- 
Blatt. 

1452. WECKER (w) 1878-1918. 

Editors: J. Klinker and Christian Roemer, 1881-1885; Christian Roemer, 1885- 
1908; Herman C. Roemer, 1908-1909; Englebert Schneller, 1909-1913; N. G. Hoen- 
mann, 1913-1914; M. E. Roemer, 1914-1918. 
In German. 



BEAR CREEK 

1453. WEEKLY ECHO (w) Apr. 5, 1917-May 9, 1918. 
Editors: Lloyd W. Wright. 

WHi Sept. 6, 1917-May 9, 1918. 



BLACK CREEK 

1454. BLACK CREEK JOURNAL (w) 1875-1876[?] 

Editors: George L. Loope. 

187 



1455. BLACK CREEK TIMES (w) Jan. 1, 1904-Apr. 12, 1928. 
Editors: Martin Bros., Jan.-May 1904; F. H. Colburn, May 1904-1928. 

WHi Jan. 1, 1904-Dec. 28, 1922; July 10-Dec. 18, 1926; July 7, 1927- 

Apr. 12, 1928. 



DALE 

1456. DALE RECORDER (w) Aug. 3, 1899-July 26, 1918. 
Editors: Frank H. Voshardt, Aug.-Nov. 1899; Joseph Sentenberg. Nov. 1899-Oct. 
1903; Harry H. Mollon, Oct. 1903-1918. 
WHi complete. 



HORTONVILLE 

1457. WEEKLY REVIEW (w) 1890-Dec. 26, 1935. 
Editors: Gerald P. Nye, 1890-1915; Robert H. Wright, 1915-Dec. 1918; Lloyd W. 
Wright, Dec. 1918-May 1921; J. W. Haughton, May 1921-Sept. 1931; Charles J. 
Augustin, Sept. 1931-Sept. 1932; W. T. Comstock and Arthur W. Strieker, Sept. 
1932-1933; Comstock and David W. Hodgins, 1934-Sept. 1935; Comstock and 
George Hess, Sept.-Dec. 1935. 

WHi May 6, 1915-Dec. 26, 1935. 



KAUKAUNA 

1458. CITIZEN (m) Jan. 1 904-1905 [?]. 
Editors: F. H. Brigham. 

1459. OUTAGAMIE COUNTY CHIEF (w) Jan. 25-Nov. 1, 
1894. 

Editors: John B. Flanagan. 

1460. KAUKAUNA POSTBOTE (w) 1886-1890 [?]. 
Editors: Schneider and Emmers. 

In German. 

1461. KAUKAUNA SUN (w) June 16, 1885-Dec. 6, 1917. 
Editors: Henry D. Wing, 1885-Sept. 1891; Wing and I. N. Stewart, Oct. 1891-May 
1894; James I. Toner, May 1894-July 1908; Edwin T. O'Brien, July 1908-Apr. 
1915; Albert B. Schimberg, May 1915-1917. 

Merged with Kaukauna Times. 

WHi June 30, 1888-Dec. 6, 1917. 

1462. KAUKAUNA TIMES (w, sw) Sept. 16, 1880 to date. 
Editors: H. Hopkins and L. B. Cates, 1880-May 1881; H. A. Stone, May 1881-June 
1883; E. C. Bidwell, June 1883-Apr. 1886; Bidwell and C. E. Raught, Apr. 1886- 
1887; Raught, 1888-Nov. 1917; John McCoy, Dec. 1917-July 1925; C. J. Hansen, 
Aug. 1925 to date. 

WHi Nov. 15, 1889 to date. 

1463. KAUKAUNA ZEITUNG (w) Mar. 23, 1894-Sept. 1 1, 1896. 

Editors: Charles G. Brenner. 
In German. 

Merged with Appleton Volksfreimd. 
WHi complete. 

188 



LEDYARD 
LEDYARD TIMES, see Kaukauna Times. 

LITTLE CHUTE 

1464. LITTLE CHUTE NEWS (w) 1915-1918 [? J. 
Editors: Jessie C. Brothers. 

1465. VALLEY ADVOCATE (w) 1910-1913 [?]. 
Editors: F. G. Shirley. 

1466. VILLAGE TATLER (w) Jan. 5, 1939-Sept. 5, 1940. 
Editors: Lester Driessen. 

SEYMOUR 

1467. SEYMOUR PRESS (w) 1886 to date. 

Editors: H. J. Van Vuren, 1886-1929; Clyde A. Van Vuren, 1929-Feb. 1953; Keith 
C. Van Vuren, Feb. 1953 to date. 
Publisher's file destroyed: 1886-1945. 

WHi Nov. 11, 1943 to date. 

SHIOCTON 

1468. SHIOCTON NEWS (w) June 11, 1897-1928. 

Editors: F. H. Colburn, 1897-1925; George L. Burghart, 1925-July 1927; Dale C. 
Hickok, July 1927-1928. 

WHi June 11, 1897-Aug. 29, 1924; May 5, 1927-Apr. 12, 1928. 

WELCOME 

1469. WELCOME INDEPENDENT (w) Aug. 25, 1905-June 
21, 1912. 

Editors: C. W. Andrews, 1905-Mar. 1906; B. A. Roate, Mar. 1906-1908; Harry E. 
Roate, 1908-1912. 

WHi complete. 



189 



Ozaukee County 



CEDARBURG 

CEDARBURG ENTERPRISE, see Ozaukee County En- 
terprise. 

1470. CEDARBURG NEWS (w) Jan. 7, 1883 to date. 

Editors: Frederick W. Horn, 1883-Jan. 1893; Alexander W. Horn, Jan. 1893-Sept. 
1918; Adlai S. Horn, Oct. 1918 to date. 
WHi complete. 

1471. OZAUKEE COUNTY ENTERPRISE (w) May 1879-May 
31, 1881. 

Title varies: Cedarburg Enterprise, 1879-1880. 

Editors: J. H. Hilgen and Fred Meyer, 1879-1880; Meyer, Jan.-May 1881. 
Whi Mar. 10, 1880-Apr. 20, 1881. 



GRAFTON 



1472. GRAFTON ENTERPRISE (w) July 27, 1927-Apr. 18, 
1928. 

Editors: A. D. Bolens. 

Merged with Port Washington Pilot. 

1473. OZAUKEE AN (w) 1895-1896 [?]. 
Editors: A. D. Bolens. 



PORT WASHINGTON 

1474. ADLER (w) Jan. 4, 1860-1861 [?]. 
Editors: Jacob Werle. 

In German. 

1475. PORT WASHINGTON HERALD (w) Apr. 1, 1896 to 
date. 

Title varies: Port Washington Herold, 1896-Oct. 1917. 
Editors: W. B. Krause, 1896-1947; A. W. Strieker, 1947 to date. 
In German: 1896-Oct. 1917. 

WHi Mar. 3, 1948 to date. 

1476. MODERN PRESS (sm) Nov. 5, 1935-1936 [?]. 
Editors: A. D. Bolens. 



190 



1477. OZAUKEE COUNTY ADVERTISER (w) May 1854-Jan. 
1913. 

Editors: Richard L. Gove, 1854-June 1858; J. R. Bohan and Seymour G. Wait, 
June 1858-1866; Bohan and Flavius J. Mills, 1866-1869; J. R. Bohan, 1869-Nov. 
1886; M. G. Bohan, Nov. 1886-1913. 
Merged with Port Washington Star. 

OZAUKEE COUNTY BLADE, see Ozaukee County 
Times. 

1478. OZAUKEE COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) July 25, 1857- 
June 1858. 

Editors: Adolph Heidkarap. 
Merged with Ozaukee County Advertiser. 
WHi Sept. 19-Dec. 19, 1857. 

1479. OZAUKEE COUNTY EAGLE (w) Jan. 4, 1860-1861 [?). 

Editors: Jacob Werle. 

1480. OZAUKEE COUNTY JOURNAL (w) July 1 848-1849 [?"|. 
Editors: Rhenodyne A. Bird. 

1481. OZAUKEE COUNTY TIMES (w) Apr. 1849- June 29, 
1854. 

Title varies: Washington County Blade, 1849-Feb. 1853; Ozaukee County Blade, 
Mar .-Sept. 1853. 

Editors: Rhenodyne A. Bird, Apr -Nov. 1849; Bird and Flavius J. Mills, Nov. 
1849-1850; Bird and J. W. Vail, 1851-Mar. 1853; Bird, Mar. 1853-1854. 

1482. OZAUKEE COUNTY TIMES (w) Mar. 17, 1859-1860 [?] . 

Editors: Richard L. Gove. 

1483. OZAUKEE PRESS (w) 1940 to date. 
Editors: William F. Schanen, Jr. 

WHi Apr. 25, 1946 to date. 

1484. PORT WASHINGTON PILOT (w) Aug. 4, 1898 to date. 
Editors: Henry Schoensigel, 1898-Apr. 1934; Norbert A. Sauer, May 1934 to date. 

WHi Apr. 26, 1928 to date. 

1485. PORT WASHINGTON STAR (w) Nov. 1, 1879-Apr. 20, 
1928. 

Editors: Eugene B. Bolens, 1879-Apr. 1886; A. D. Bolens, Apr. 1886-1893; H. W. 

Bolens and M. B. Krause, 1894-Mar. 1895; A. D. Bolens, Mar. 1895-Nov. 1902; 

George Cannon, Nov. 1902-1914; H. W. Bolens, 1914-1925; Albert D. Bolens, 1925- 

1928. 

Merged with Port Washington Pilot. 

WHi Nov. 1, 1879-Feb. 16, 1889; Feb. 9, 1895-Apr. 20, 1928. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY BLADE, see Ozaukee County 
Times. 



191 



1486. WASHINGTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) May 1847- 
1850. 

Title varies: Washington Democrat, 1847-1848. 

Editors: Flavius J. Mills, 1847-1849; J. W. Vail, 1849-1850. 

Merged with Washington County Blade. 

WISCONSIN STATESMAN, see under Milwaukee. 

1487. PORT WASHINGTON ZEITUNG (w) Jan. 1, 1855 
Sept. 6, 1928. 

Editors: Adolph Heidkamp, 1855-June 1881; Carl Fehlandt, June 1881-1928. 
In German. 

WHi Feb. 14, 1895-Sept. 6, 1928. 



192 



Pepin County 



DURAND 
ALEMBIC, see Durand Weekly Times. 

1488. COURIER-WEDGE (w) Dec. 22, 1877 to date. 

Title varies: Pepin County Courier, 1877-1878, 1880-Apr. 1918; Pepin County 
Times and Courier, 1879; Entering Wedge and Pepin County Courier, May-July 
1918. 

Editors: W. H. Huntington, 1877-1884; J. D. Eldridge and E. F. Morsbach, 1885- 
1889; Huntington and Morsbach, 1890-Jan. 1892; Huntington, Jan. 1892-1898; 
Eldridge and B. E. Barton, 1899-Aug. 1902; Eldridge, Aug. 1902-Mar. 1908; Mrs. 
J. D. Eldridge, Mar. 1908-July 1914; Bardill Bros., June 1914-Apr. 1918; B. E. 
Barton and A. C. Crippen, Apr. 1918-1935; B. E. and C. A. Barton, 1935-1939; 
August F. Ender, 1939 to date. 

WHi Dec. 29, 1877-July 18, 1918; Jan. 4, 1940 to date. 

WDu Dec. 22, 1877-Dec. 1892; May 1918 to date. 

1489. ENTERING WEDGE (w) July 6, 1893-Apr. 25, 1918. 
Editors: C. A. Ingram and John N. Kirk, 1893-Mar. 1894; Ingram and James W. 
Lloyd, Apr. 1894-Apr. 1895; Ingram and Leroy A. Goodrich, Apr. 1895-Jan. 1902; 
Goodrich, Jan. 1902-Mar. 1904; Goodrich and B. E. Barton, Mar. 1904-Sept. 1909; 
August F. Ender, Sept. 1909-Nov. 1914; Barton and A. C. Crippen, Nov. 1914-1918. 
Merged with Pepin County Courier. 

WHi July 6, 1893-Dec. 1, 1904; Aug. 17, 1905-Apr. 25, 1918. 
WDu Jan. 1904-Apr. 25, 1918. 

HOME MIRROR, see Durand Weekly Times. 

LEAN WOLF, see under Menomonie. 

PEPIN COUNTY COURIER, see Courier-Wedge. 

1490. PEPIN COUNTY NEWS (w) Sept. 14, 1884-July 4, 1906. 
Published at Pepin: 1884-Mar. 1904. 

Title varies: Pepin Star, 1884-Mar. 1904. 

Editors: Leo E. Kirkpatrick, 1884-Aug. 1885; Robert A. Axtell, Aug. 1885-Oct. 

1896; J. M. Axtell, Oct. 1896-Mar. 1904; J. M. Axtell and E. F. Morsbach, Mar. 

1904-May 1905; J. M. Axtell, June 1905-1906. 

Merged with Pepin County Courier. 

WHi Sept. 3, 1885-Aug. 23, 1888; Aug. 27, 1891-Aug. 9, 1894; Apr. 4, 

1895-June 26, 1906. 

PEPIN COUNTY TIMES, see Courier -Wedge. 
193 



1491. DURAND WEEKLY TIMES (w) Oct. 1861-Dec. 13, 1878. 
Title varies: Home Mirror, 1861-Oct. 1862; Alembic, Nov. 1862-1863. 

Editors: Myron A. Shaw, 1861-Oct. 1862; George Van Waters, Nov. 1862-June 
1869; Sidney A. Foster, June 1869-Oct. 1873; W. H. Huntington, Oct. 1873-May 
1876; W. H. Matteson, May 1876-1878. 
Merged with Pepin County Courier. 

WHi Mar. 19, 1870-Dec. 13, 1878. 

WDu Jan. 1865-Dec. 1874. 

1492. DURAND ZEITUNG (w) 1888-1902 [?]. 
Editors: R. Morsbach. 

In German. 



PEPIN 

1493. ERA OF PROGRESS (sm) Dec. 25, 1861-1862 [?]. 
Editors: John Sterling. 

1494. PEPIN HERALD (w) Feb. 13, 1908 to date. 

Editors: Lloyd A. Axtell, 1908-1936; R. E. Portmann, 1936-Aug. 1946; Harold L. 
Klinger, Sept. 1946 to date. 

WHi Nov. 18, 1943 to date. 

1495. PEPIN INDEPENDENT (w) Dec. 24, 1856-Aug. 29, 1857; 
Feb. 1858-Oct. 25, 1859. 

Title varies: North Pepin Independent, 1856-Aug. 1857. 

Editors: U. B. Shaver, 1856-Aug. 1857; E. W. Gurley and C. W. Wheaton, Feb. 

1858-July 1859; Wheaton and N. E. Stevens, July-Oct. 1859. 

WHi Dec. 24, 1856-Aug. 29, 1857; Apr. 16, 1858-Oct. 25, 1859. 

1496. LAKE PEPIN GAZETTE (w) 1882-1 885 [?]. 

Editors: W. F. Jamieson. 

NORTH PEPIN INDEPENDENT, see Pepin Independ- 
ent. 

1497. PEPIN COUNTY PRESS (w) June 2, 1860-May 17, 1862. 
Editors: U. B. Shaver. 

WHi complete. 

PEPIN STAR, see Pepin County News (Durand). 



VIVIAN 

1498. VIVIAN STAR (w) 1896-1897 [?] 
Editors: J. M. Axtell. 



194 



Pierce County 



BELDENVILLE 

1499. REPORTER (w) Sept. 19, 1941-June 21, 1945; Feb. 21 
1946 to date. 

Editors: Clayton E. Helmer. 

WHi Nov. 20, 1941-June 21, 1945; Feb. 21, 1946 to date. 



ELLSWORTH 

1500. ELLSWORTH EAGLE (w) 1891-1893 [?]. 
Editors: Douglas Ross. 

ELLSWORTH GLEANER, see Ellsworth Record. 

1501. PEOPLE'S CHAMPION (w) 1883-1884 [?]. 
Editors: M. B. Kimball. 

1502. PIERCE COUNTY HERALD (w) Jan. 16, 1868 to date. 
Editors: Morris B. Kimball, 1868-July 1871; Kimball and C. R. Morse, July 1871— 
Nov. 1872; Kimball, Nov. 1872-Sept. 1875; Kimball and E. F. Case, Oct. 1875-Feb. 
1877; Case and Eugene S. Doolittle, Mar. 1877-Apr. 1890; Eugene S. Doolittle, Apr. 
1890-1931; H. F. Doolittle, 1932-1955; Stanley E. and H. F. Doolittle, 1955 to date. 

WHi Jan. 16, 1868-Dec. 28, 1871; Aug. 21, 1872-Dec. 29, 1886; Jan. 29, 
1890 to date. 

1503. ELLSWORTH RECORD (w) Sept. 1, 1894 to date. 
Title varies: Ellsworth Gleaner, 1894-Jan. 1899. 

Editors: F. B. Saxton, 1894-Jan. 1895; Albert E. Quinn, Jan. 1895-Mar. 1898; 
Roland Eisley, Apr.-Aug. 1898; Frank Taplin and J. E. Wightman, Aug.-Dec. 
1898; J. F. Shaw, 1899-Sept. 1911; Oscar A. Halls, Sept. 1911-June 1955; John R. 
Halls, June 1955 to date. 

WHi Jan. 7, 1897-Apr. 18, 1912; Jan. 1, 1925 to date. 



ELMWOOD 

1504. ELMWOOD ADVANCE (w) 1908-1911 [? J. 

Editors: Edgar E. Conry. 

1505. ELMWOOD ARGUS (w) Dec. 8, 1921 to date. 

Editors: James A. Neill, 1921-1940; John Cory, 1940-1944; Forrest Johnson, 1944 
to date. 

WHi Nov. 3, 1949 to date. 

1506. ELMWOOD PRESS (w) 1912-1920 [?]. 

Editors: David I. Hammergren, 1912-1913; W. E. Cullord, 1913-1917; Robert 
Moser, 1917-1920. 

195 



MAIDEN ROCK 

1507. MAIDEN ROCK NEWS (w) 1899-1903 [?]. 
Editors: R. A. Axtell. 

1508. WEEKLY PRESS (w) Sept. 24, 1892-Sept. 16, 1897. 
Editors: Alfred E. Roese and W. Walsingham. 

Followed by Osceola Sun. 
WHi complete. 

1509. MAIDEN ROCK PRESS (w) 1902-1918 [?]. 

Editors: H. J. Keeler, 1902-1908; C. Dickerson, 1908-1911; Lloyd A. Axtell, 1911 
1914; W. C. Tufts, 1914-1916; L. G. Decker, 1916-1918. 



PLUM CITY 

1510. TRI-COUNTY NEWS (w, sw) July 9, 1931 to date. 
Title varies: Plum City News, 1931- [?]. 

Editors: Kenneth F. Neill. 

1511. PLUM CITY TRIBUNE (w) 1930-1941. 
Editors: Ralph Peterson. 



PRESCOTT 

1512. PRESCOTT ARIEL (w) 1884-1885 [?]. 
Editors: John M. Pryse. 

PRESCOTT WEEKLY CLARION, see Prescott Journal 

1513. PRESCOTT DEMOCRAT (w) Oct. 26, 1858-Nov. 14, 
1860. 

Title varies: North-Western Democrat, 1858-Apr. 1860. 

Editors: Pembroke V. Wise and D. M. Lusk, 1858-1859; W. J. Whipple and W. R. 

Gates, Jan.-Nov. 1860. 

WHi July 27, 1859-Nov. 7, 1860. 

MnHi Dec. 14, 1858-Aug. 1859. 

PRESCOTT JOURNAL (1861-1871), see River Falls 
Journal. 

1514. PRESCOTT JOURNAL (w) Apr. 4, 1874 to date. 

Title varies: Prescott Weekly Clarion, 1874-June 1875; Pierce County Plain-Dealer, 
June 1875-1893; Prescott Tribune, 1893-Dec. 1923. 

Editors: Morris B. Kimball, 1874-June 1875; E. C. Kibbe, June 1875-July 1876; E. 
H. Ives, July 1876-1893; George G. Price, 1893-1898; James Goldsworthy, 1899- 
1901; H. P. Hurlburt, 1902-Sept. 1905; C. Dickerson, Oct. 1905-Aug. 1906; Law- 
rence Barrett, Sept. 1906-May 1907; W. C. Zander, May 1907-May 1910; R. B. 
Frederick, June 1910-1912; George Chapin, 1912-1916; Loren D. Meade, 1916- 
1917; James A. Orrock, 1917-1918; A. A. Taylor, 1918-Mar. 1921; G. C. Lewis, Apr. 
1921-1924; Gale E. Marvin, 1924-1927; Harold E. Randolph, 1927-1928; W. H. 
Hansen, 1928-Oct. 1949; George E. Masters, Nov. 1949-Sept. 1953; Keith M. 
Thaves, Sept. 1953-1955; Jerome L. Harper, 1955 to date. 

WHi Apr. 4, 1874-Jan. 6, 1893; Feb. 14, 1896-July 14, 1910; July 17, 

1919-Dec. 27, 1923; Aug. 14, 1930 to date. 

196 



NORTH-WESTERN DEMOCRAT, see Prescott Demo- 
crat. 

PRESCOTT PARACLETE, see Prescott Transcript. 

1515. PRESCOTT PATRIOT (w) Sept. 20, 1871-1872 [?] . 

Editors: Lemen and Burk. 

PIERCE COUNTY PLAIN-DEALER, see Prescott Jour- 
nal. 

1516. PRESCOTT TRANSCRIPT (w) Feb. 14, 1855-Sept. 14, 
1861. 

Title varies: Prescott Paraclete, Feb.-Sept. 1855. 
Editors: Charles E. Young. 
Merged with Prescott Journal. 
WHi complete. 

PRESCOTT TRIBUNE, see Prescott Journal. 



RIVER FALLS 

1517. RIVER FALLS ADVANCE (w) July 1, 1874-Jan. 31, 1876. 
Published by River Falls Journal. 

WHi complete. 

1518. CITIZEN'S REPORTER (w) 1 863-1 864 [?]. 

1519. RIVER FALLS JOURNAL (w) Apr. 1857-July 12, 1871; 
Aug. 23, 1872 to date. 

Suspended: Mar-May 1861. 

Title varies: Prescott Journal, May 1861-July 1871. 

Editors: Lute A. and Horace A. Taylor, 1857-Aug. 1858; Lute A. Taylor, Aug. 

1858-Nov. 1868; Rockwell J. Flint and E. H. Weber, Nov. 1868-July 1871; Abner 

and Calvin R. Morse, Aug. 1872-Nov. 1876; Calvin R. Morse and J. L. Moody, 

Nov. 1876-Feb. 1881; Calvin R. Morse, Feb. 1881-Feb. 1911; Stanley R. Morse, Feb. 

1911-Jan. 1925; Mrs. S. R. Morse, Jan. 1925-Sept. 1926; Clarence E. White, Sept. 

1926-Mar. 1945; C. E. Chubb, Apr. 1945 to date. 

WHi June 29, 1859-July 12, 1871; Aug. 23, 1872 to date. 

1520. PIERCE COUNTY NEWS (w) 1887-1888 [?]. 

Editors: Albert R. and Douglas H. Taudy. 

1521. RIVER FALLS PRESS (w) July 30, 1874-June 14, 1883. 
Editors: George B. Merrick. 

WHi complete. 

1522. RIVER FALLS RECORDER (w) 1871-1872 [?]. 

Editors: R. B. Conover. 

1523. RIVER FALLS SENTINEL (d, w) Oct. 14, 1939-Nov. 
1942. 

Editors: James A. and Kenneth F. Neill, 1939-1941; D. E. Cuppernull, 1941-1942. 
Merged with River Falls Journal. 

197 



1524. RIVER FALLS TIMES (w) Mar. 1894-Mar. 1933. 
Editors: A. T. Churchill, 1894-1906; Smith, 1906-1910; Percy A. Roberts, 1910- 
1916; Alfred E. Roese, 1916-1919; Charles E. Nelson, 1919-Mar. 1932; Harry Roese, 
Mar. 1932-1933. 
Merged with River Falls Journal. 



SPRING VALLEY 

1525. SPRING VALLEY SUN (w) Dec. 15, 1892 to date. 
Editors: T. J. Rostad, 1892-1895; Charles Lowater, 1895-1944; Donald Lowater, 
1945-July 1948; Leroy Gore, July 1948-May 1952; Alden H. Munson, June 1952 
to date. 

Publisher's files destroyed: 1892-1942. 
WHi Jan. 5, 1905 to date. 



198 






Polk County 



AMERY 

1526. AMERY ECHO (w) June 14, 1889-July 30, 1891. 
Editors: Claude B. Dodge. 

WHi complete. 

1527. AMERY FREE PRESS (w) 1891 to date. 

Editors: M. A. Frissell, 1891-1899; G. Gunderson, 1899-1906; W. E. Harding, 1906- 
1908; B. R. Atwood, 1908-Apr. 1935; Robert A. Broad, Apr. 1935-1943; Palmer 
Sondreal, 1943 to date. 

WHi Oct. 7, 1943 to date. 

1528. POLK COUNTY JOURNAL (w) 1916-1918 [?]. 
Editors: Barr Moses. 

1529. WISCONSIN JOURNALEN (w) 1896-1897 [?]. 
In Swedish. 



BALSAM LAKE 

1530. BALSAM LAKE COURIER (w) 1895-1897 [?]. 

Editors: John K. Kavanaugh. 

1531. BALSAM LAKE MIRROR (w) 1893-1895 [?]. 
Editors: E. H. Briggs. 

1532. POLK COUNTY LEDGER (w) Aug. 1897 to date. 
Editors: S. H. Bradbury, 1897-1899; W. H. Hooper, 1900-1906; N. E. Johnson. 
1906-1908; E. E. Husband, 1908-Aug. 1939; Curtis P. Gaylord, Sept. 1939 to date. 

WHi Aug. 18, 1921 to date. 



CENTURIA 
INTER-COUNTY LEADER, see under Frederic. 

1533. CENTURIA OUTLOOK (w) Feb. 14, 1902-Oct. 8, 1909. 
Editors: J. R. Lowe. 

WHi complete. 

1534. CENTURIA TRIBUNE (w) Jan. 24-Dec. 25, 1930. 

Editors: Bennie Bye. 

CLAYTON 

1535. CLAYTON ADVANCE (w) Feb. 1910-Apr. 1940. 
Editors: W. H. Babcock, 1910-1913; Earl R. Speed, 1913-1916; V. B. Smead, 1916- 
1927; Frank A. Smead, 1927-1930; Howard E. Bitney, 1930-1940. 

Publisher's files destroyed. 

199 



CLEAR LAKE 

1536. COURIER (w) Aug. 1897-Nov. 1898. 
Editors: J. B. Densmore. 

Merged with Polk County Ledger (Balsam Lake) . 

1537. CLEAR LAKE HERALD (w) 1884-1891 [?]. 
Editors: A. T. Churchill. 

CLEAR LAKE MIRROR, see Balsam Lake Mirror. 

NORTH WISCONSIN NEWS, see under Hayward. 

1538. CLEAR LAKE STAR (w) 1900 to date. 

Editors: W. E. Harding, 1900-1903; Andrew S. Wallace, 1903-1908; David I. Ham- 
mergren, 1908-1913; W. G. Zander, 1913-Apr. 1917; Fred L. Rothgeber, Apr. 1917- 
July 1932; Carl K. Towley, July 1932-1940; Roy Holman, 1940-Sept. 1950; James 
Locke, Sept. 1950 to date. 

WHi Jan. 18, 1912-Sept. 25, 1929; Oct. 14, 1937 to date. 

DRESSER JUNCTION 

1539. POLK COUNTY REPORTER (w) 1916-1918 [?]. 
Editors: H. W. Roberts. 



FREDERIC 

1540. INTER-COUNTY LEADER (w) Nov. 2, 1933 to date. 
Published at Centuria: 1933-Apr. 1939. 

Editors: Bennie Bye, 1933-Aug. 1953; Romain C. Brandt, Aug. 1953 to date. 
WHi Sept. 27, 1934 to date. 

1541. FREDERIC STAR (w) Feb. 26, 1903-July 26, 1951. 
Editors: J. W. Blackstone, 1903-Feb. 1913; M. D. Hinshaw, Mar.-Dec. 1913; M. G. 
Sower, Dec. 1913-Mar. 1915; W. H. Hansen, Mar. 1915-1925; Harvey J. Oleson, 
1925-1951. 

Merged with Inter-County Leader. 
WHi complete. 

1542. FREDERIC TIMES (w) 1906-1908 [? J. 
Editors: C. W. Folsom. 



LUCK 

1543. ENTERPRISE-HERALD (w) Oct. 14, 1904 to date. 

Title varies: Luck Enterprise, 1904-1940. 

Editors: Oscar W. Lund, 1904-July 1923; Richard Pugh, July 1923-1930; Vern R. 

Jensen, 1931 to date. 

WHi Oct. 21, 1943 to date. 

1544. LUCK LEDGER (w) 1897-1898 [?]. 
Editors: L. B. Nagler and G. B. Louden. 

200 



MILLTOWN 

1545. MILLTOWN ADVERTISER (sm) 1946 to date. 
Published by Inter-County Leader (Frederic) . 

WHi Aug. 19, 1954 to date. 

1546. MILLTOWN HERALD (w) Aug. 4, 1910-1940. 

Title varies: Milltown Newsman, 1923-Apr. 1926. 

Editors: A. W. Tracy, 1910-June 1911; Glen D. Arnold, June 1911-May 1913; John 
Tygeson, May 1913-July 1914; Clarence O'Brien, July 1914-Apr. 1915; J. D. Nichol- 
son, Apr. 1915-1918; L. J. Walker, 1918-Feb. 1920; M. D. Hinshaw, Feb. 1920- 
1922; George Cook, 1923-Apr. 1926; Richard Pugh, May-Sept. 1926; Arnold Jor- 
genson, Oct. 1926-Apr. 1934; Vern R. Jensen, Apr. 1934-1940. 
Merged with Luck Enterprise. 

WHi May 29, 1919-Apr. 13, 1922; Jan. 11, 1923-Feb. 14, 1929. 



OSCEOLA 

1547. NEW ERA (w) 1874-1875 [?]. 
Editors: A. C. Jordan. 

POLK COUNTY PRESS, see under Saint Croix Falls. 

1548. OSCEOLA SUN (w) Oct. 6, 1897 to date. 

Editors: A. E. Roese, 1897-Apr. 1910; Fred O. Barrett and Robert E. Truax, May 
1910-Apr. 1911; Barrett, Apr. 1911-Nov. 1918; Harry L. Smith, Nov. 1918-July 
1919; Barrett, Aug.-Dec. 1919; H. Y. Buchanan, Dec. 1919-Dec. 1920; Barrett, Dec. 
1920-Nov. 1922; William Larson, Dec. 1922-June 1926; F. C. Letch, July 1926- 
1943; Grace P. Bloom, 1943-Nov. 1948; Frederick B. Leighton, Dec. 1948-May 
1950; Leighton and James H. Sims, May-Nov. 1950; Sims, Nov. 1950-July 1957; 
Larry E. and David J. Hammergren, July 1957 to date. 
WHi complete. 



SAINT CROIX FALLS 

1549. DALLES OF ST. CROIX (w) Jan. 21, 1881 -Nov. 28, 1884. 
Editors: D. A. Caneday. 

WHi complete. 

1550. PEOPLE'S ADVOCATE (w) Oct. 18, 1884-1885 [?]. 
POLK COUNTY NEWS, see Standard-Press. 

1551. POLK COUNTY PRESS (w) Dec. 1860-Apr. 19, 1907. 
Published at Osceola: Dec. 1861 -Aug. 1904. 

Editors: Junius A. Bartlett, 1860-Apr. 1862; Samuel S. Fifield and Charles E. 
Mears, Apr. 1862-Aug. 1864; Fifield, Aug. 1864-May 1872; Mears, May 1872-Apr. 
1903; Paul Vander Eike, Apr. 1903-Aug. 1904; L. M. Catlin, Aug. 1904-1907. 
Merged with St. Croix Valley Standard. 

WHi Dec. 6, 1862-Aug. 13, 1906. 

1552. STANDARD-PRESS (w) May 7, 1885 to date. 

Title varies: Polk County News, May-Dec. 1885; St. Croix Valley Standard, 1886- 
Aug. 1910. 

201 



Editors: George Ely, May-Oct. 1885; Luther A. Ingersoll, Oct. 1885-July 1888; J. 
H. McCourt, July 1888-Feb. 1893; H. W. and C. H. McCourt, Feb. 1893-Apr. 
1894; Fred Hudson, Apr. 1894-June 1898; John A. Blackwell, June 1898-Jan. 1899; 
A. C. Arveson, Jan.-Sept. 1899; Carrie F. Cole, Oct. 1899-Sept. 1903; C. W. 
Folsom, Sept. 1903-1909; Francis P. Roets, 1909-1911; George C. Elwood, 1911- 
1912; G. W. Thompson, 1912-June 1919; Lois O'Brien, July 1919-Jan. 1920; Frank 
E. Harris, Jan. 1920-Mar. 1921; G. R. Puckett, Mar. 1921-Apr. 1927; W. R. 
Vezina, May 1927-May 1937; David Hammergren, Jr., June 1937-May 1940; W. R. 
Vezina, June 1940-Jan. 1956; Howard and Jack Vezina, Jan. 1956 to date. 
WHi May 7, 1885-Mar. 13, 1908; Jan. 1, 1909 to date. 



202 






Portage County 



ALMOND 

1553. PORTAGE COUNTY PRESS (w) Aug. 7, 1901-1924 [? J. 

Editors: Winfield Smart, 1901-1902; Lillian G. Phillips, 1902-1908; David E. 
Thompson, 1908-1913; Ernest E. Ingle, 1913-1924. 

1554. ALMOND PRESS (w) Nov. 21, 1924-Oct. 30, 1931. 
Editors: J. Leonard Moberg, 1924-June 1931; E. J. Scott, June-Oct. 1931. 

WHi Nov. 21, 1924-June 12, 1931. 



AMHERST 

1555. AMHERST ADVOCATE (w) Feb. 22, 1893 to date. 
Editors: Harriet B. Moberg, 1893-1904; L. A. Moberg, 1904-1905; J. Leonard 
Moberg, 1905 to date. 

WHi Apr. 17, 1919 to date. 



BANCROFT 

1556. BANCROFT NEWS (w) 1908-1909 [?]. 
Editors: Ash and Thompson. 



JUNCTION CITY 

1557. COMMUNITY PRESS (w) Dec. 12, 1947 to date. 
Editors: Irwin M. Denkmann. 

WHi Oct. 27, 1949 to date. 



PLOVER 
PLOVER HERALD, see Plover Times. 

1558. PORTAGE COUNTY REPUBLICAN (w) 1860-Jan. 
1861. 

Editors: Andrew J. Lawson. 
Merged with Stanton Weekly Times. 

1559. PLOVER TIMES (w) Aug. 7, 1856-Oct. 1881. 
Published at Stanton: 1857-1864. 

Title varies: Plover Herald, 1856-1857; Stanton Weekly Times, 1857-Feb. 1861; 
Stanton Times and Republican, Feb. 1861-1864. 

Editors: James S. Alban, 1856-May 1858; H. G. Ingersoll, May 1858-Feb. 1861; 
Andrew J. Lawson, Mar. 1861-1864; Ingersoll, 1864-1881. 
WHi Mar. 3, 1866-Apr. 29, 1881. 

203 



1560. WISCONSIN LEADER (w) 1899- 1 900 [?]. 
Editors: Mollie Bahner. 



ROSHOLT 

1561. ROSHOLT COMMUNITY PRESS (w) Nov. 25, 1926 
Jan. 1, 1931. 

Editors: William M. Schwartze. 
WHi complete. 

1562. ROSHOLT JOURNAL (w) 1913-1918 [?]. 

Editors: O. F. Meyer, 1913-1915; H. T. Ravlin, 1915-1918. 

1563. ROSHOLT RECORD (w) 1910-1914 [?]. 
Editors: Edward L. Look. 

1564. ROSHOLT REVIEW (w) Oct. 22, 1920-Oct. 31, 1924. 
Editors: R. C. Woodhead. 

WHi Dec. 3, 1920-Oct. 31, 1924. 



STANTON 
STANTON WEEKLY TIMES, see Plover Times. 

STEVENS POINT 

1565. CENTRAL WISCONSIN HERALD (w) Mar. 22, 1935- 
Apr. 1, 1938. 

Editors: Walter S. Worzalla. 

WHi Mar. 22, 1935-Mar. 11, 1938. 

1566. STEVENS POINT DEMOCRAT (w) Feb. 21, 1880-Aug. 
1885. 

Editors: H. W. Lee. 

WHi Feb. 21, 1880-July 4, 1885. 

1567. GAZETTE (w) July 17, 1878-Mar. 21, 1923. 

Title varies: Portage County Gazette, 1878-1885. 

Editors: Edward D. Glennon and H. W. Lee, 1878-Jan. 1880; Glennon and Clay 
C. Cooper, Jan. 1880-May 1883; Glennon, June 1883-Mar. 1915; John W. Glennon, 
Mar. 1915-1918; Guy W. Rogers, 1918-1923. 
WHi complete. 

1568. GWIAZDA POLARNA (w) Oct. 23, 1908 to date. 
Published by Rolnik. 

In Polish. 

ICMILC Dec. 8, 1917-Nov. 25, 1933. 

1569. STEVENS POINT JOURNAL (w) Mar. 8, 1870-Jan. 14, 
1921. 

Title varies: Point, 1870-1871. 

WHi July 5, 1871-Dec. 26, 1896. 
WSteC Jan. 1897-Dec. 1919. 

204 



1570. STEVENS POINT DAILY JOURNAL (d) Oct. 23, 1895 
to date. 

Editors: E. B. Northrop, 1870-Aug. 1873; Edward McGlachlin, Aug. 1873-Feb. 
1876; McGlachlin and T. J. Simons, Feb. 1876-Apr. 1894; McGlachlin, Apr. 1894- 
Feb. 1917; Frank W. Leahy, Mar. 1917-1941; Guy W. Rogers, 1941-1955; Weldon 
C. Leahy, 1955 to date. 

WHi complete. 

WSteC Jan. 1924-Dec. 1940. 

POINT, see Stevens Point Journal. 
PORTAGE COUNTY GAZETTE, see Gazette. 

1571. STEVENS POINT POST (w) 1892-1899 [?]. 
Editors: Stephen von Szinunen, 1892-1893; Julius H. Gerlich, 1893-1899. 
In German. 

1572. ROLNIK (w) 1892 to date. 

Editors: Stephen H. Hutter, 1892-1900; Victor Karlowicz, 1900-1903; Stephen H. 
and Joseph H. Worzalla, 1903-1924; Walter S. Worzalla and Paul Klimowicz, 1924- 
1955; Adam Bartosz, 1955 to date. 
In Polish. 

WHi Jan. 1, 1899 to date. 

1573. SENSATION (m) June 1, 1873-1874 [?]. 
Editors: "Slim Jim" and "M. Quad." 

1574. WISCONSIN EAGLE (w) Nov. 3, 1884-Nov. 2, 1885. 
Editors: A. G. Ellis. 

WHi complete. 

1575. WISCONSIN LUMBERMAN (w) Dec. 16, 1863-1868. 
Editors: Frank H. Stout and L. D. Conery, 1863-Feb. 1866; Stout, Feb. 1866-1868. 

WHi Dec. 16, 1863-July 17, 1868. 
WSteC Dec. 16, 1863-July 17, 1868. 

1576. WISCONSIN PINERY (w) Jan. 14, 1853-July 8, 1893. 

Editors: A. G. Ellis and N. V. Chandler, 1853; Ellis, 1854-Nov. 1857; Ellis and 
Caleb Swayze, Nov. 1857-Aug. 1859; Swayze, Aug. 1859-1893. 

WHi Jan. 14, 1853-Dec. 25, 1873; Dec. 29, 1882-Dec. 10, 1886. 

WSteC Jan. 14, 1853-Dec. 25, 1873; Dec. 29, 1882-Dec. 10, 1886. 

1577. WISCONSIN STATE PRESS (w) 1894-1896 [?]. 

Editors: Olaus Bendixen, 1894-1895; Anna E. Clark, 1895-1896. 

1578. WISCONSIN STATES RIGHTS (w) Mar. 16, 1859-Dec. 
5, 1860; Apr. 9, 1861-1862. 

Published at Monroe: 1859-1860. 
Editors: Nathan L. Stout. 

WHi Mar. 23, 1859-Dec. 5, 1860; Apr. 9-Dec. 4, 1861. 



205 



Price County 



CATAWBA 

1579. CATAWBA REGISTER (w) 1910-1911 [?]. 
Editors: Mark R. Bell. 

1580. CATAWBA REVIEW (w) Aug. 3, 1923-1924. 

Published by Prentice News-Calumet. 



FIFIELD 

1581. FIFIELD ADVOCATE (w) Oct. 25, 1883-Nov. 1893. 
Editors: George E. Sackett. 

Merged with Phillips Times. 

1582. FIFIELD TRIBUNE (w) 1904-1912 [?]. 
Editors: Mark R. Bell. 



KENNAN 

1583. KENNAN BANNER (m) Aug. 1890-Apr. 1891. 
Editors: William W. Yarham. 

WHi complete. 

1584. KENNAN FREE PRESS (w) Apr. 6, 1916-1925. 

Published by Prentice News-Calumet. 

1585. KENNAN NEWS (w) 1902-1906 [?]. 
Editors: Elijah R. Barager. 

1586. KENNAN PRESS (w) 1910-1911 [?]. 
Editors: Mark R. Bell. 



OGEMA 
1587. OGEMA RECORD (w) Mar. 1917-1925. 

Published by Prentice News-Calumet. 



PARK FALLS 

1588. PARK FALLS HERALD (w) Sept. 21, 1900 to date. 
Editors: H. J. Smith, 1900-Mar. 1901; Richard E. Smith, Mar. 1901-1902; G. D. 
Young, 1903-Oct. 1912; J. L. McGregor, Oct. 1912-Sept. 1922; L. J. Melrose, Sept. 

206 






1922-1924; W. K. Currie, 1925-May 1926; M. D. Hinshaw, May 1926-June 1927; 
William B. Antes, July 1927-1929; Currie, 1929-1930; Edwin Coe, 1930-1936; Alan 
M. Young, 1936-1944; J. L. McGregor, 1944-1949; Donald D. McGregor, 1949 to 
date. 

WHi May 28, 1926 to date. 

1589. PARK FALLS LEADER (w) Sept. 16, 1915-Sept. 20, 1934. 
Title varies: Independent, 1915-Aug. 1927. 

Editors: Richard E. Smith, 1915-June 1927; M. D. Hinshaw, July 1927-1933; M. 
L. Jackson, 1933-1934. 

WHi Aug. 28, 1930-Sept. 22, 1932. 



PHILLIPS 

1590. PHILLIPS BADGER (w) July 6, 1881-May 21, 1884. 
Editors: Charles H. Darlington. 

Merged with Phillips Times. 
WHi complete. 

1591. BEE (w) Oct. 1884 to date. 

Editors: Charles H. Darlington, 1884-Oct. 1885; P. E. Prink, Oct.-Dec. 1885; 
George J. Osterman, Dec. 1885-1890; Rowland, 1890-1893; Rowland and Durkee, 
1893-Jan. 1895; Durkee and Messer, Jan. 1895-Feb. 1897; Messer Bros., Mar. 1897- 
Aug. 1903; J. H. Waggoner, Aug. 1903-Aug. 1905; George R. Foster, Aug. 1905- 
Aug. 1951; F. W. Heath, Aug. 1951 to date. 

WHi Nov. 25, 1884-Dec. 29, 1885; Aug. 8, 1894 to date. 

1592. ELKBOTE (w) 1900-1901 [?]. 
Editors: George M. Hotschik. 

In German. 

1593. PHILLIPS TIMES (w) Jan. 6, 1877-Apr. 22, 1932. 
Editors: F. W. Sackett, Jan-June 1877; Sackett and W. H. Wilson, June 1877- 
Mar. 1879; Wilson, Mar. 1879-May 1886; F. W. Sackett, June 1886-Nov. 1893; F. 
W. and George E. Sackett, Nov. 1893-1913; George E. Sackett, 1913-1932. 
Merged with Bee. 

WHi complete. 



PRENTICE 

1594. PRENTICE CALUMET (w) June 1892-Sept. 29, 1911. 
Editors: W. W. Stoddard, 1892-1894; G. E. Vandercock, 1894-1895; Frank H. Bell, 
1895-1901; Mark R. Bell, 1901-1911. 

Merged with Prentice News. 

WHi Jan. 25, 1895-Sept. 29, 1911. 

1595. PRENTICE JOURNAL (w) 1891-1892 [?]. 
Editors: A. C. Munroe. 

PRENTICE NEWS (1902-1911), see Price County News. 

1596. PRENTICE NEWS (w) Oct. 29, 1931 to date. 
Editors: Ralph E. Nehls. 

WHi complete. 

207 



1597. PRICE COUNTY NEWS (w) 1902-Mar. 7, 1929. 
Title varies: Prentice News, 1902-Sept. 1911; Prentice News-Calumet, Oct. 1911- 
May 1927. 

Editors: Elijah R. Barager, 1902-Oct. 1915; L. C. Prentice and A. L. Grimm, Oct. 
1915-June 1919; Grimm, July 1919-May 1927; Lynn C. Peavy, June 1927-1929. 
WHi Oct. 6, 1911-Jan. 11, 1918; Mar. 28, 1919-Mar. 7, 1929. 



Racine County 



BURLINGTON 

1598. BURLINGTON FREE PRESS (w) Nov. 1879-May 24, 
1955. 

Title varies: Burlington Democrat, 1879-Feb. 1881. 

Editors: Levi K. Alden, 1879-Jan. 1881; William A. Colby, Feb. 1881-Dec. 1891; 

William R. Devor, Dec. 1891-Feb. 1920; Albert C. Kirchner and Paul G. Koch, 

Mar. 1920-Nov. 1947; Elmer H. Ebert, Dec. 1947-1955. 

Merged with Standard-Press. 

WHi Feb. 22, 1881-May 24, 1955. 

1599. BURLINGTON GAZETTE (w) May 14, 1859-Dec. 11, 
1860. 

Editors: H. W. Phelps. 

WHi complete. 

1600. BURLINGTON INDEPENDENT (w) 1874-1875 [?]. 
Editors: C. M. Whitman. 

1601. STANDARD-DEMOKRAT (w) Dec. 12, 1896-1911. 

Published by Standard- Democrat. 
In German. 

WHi Jan. 2, 1897-Mar. 25, 1905. 

1602. STANDARD-PRESS (w) Oct. 14, 1863 to date. 

Title varies: Burlington Standard, 1863-Apr. 1886; Standard-Democrat, Apr. 1886- 
May 1955. 

Editors: Lathrop E. Smith, 1863-Aug. 1866; Henry L. Devereux, Aug. 1866-June 
1883; Michael Wagner, Jr., June 1883-Apr. 1886; James I. Toner, Apr. 1886-Jan. 
1889; H. E. Zimmerman, Feb. 1889-Oct. 1923; Louis H. Zimmerman, Oct. 1923- 
1955; Charles H. Zimmerman and William Branen, 1955 to date. 
WHi June 22, 1864 to date. 



NORWAY 

1603. NORDLYSET (w) July 29, 1847-May 18, 1850. 

Editors: James D. Reymert and Evan H. Heg, 1847-Sept. 1849; Knudson Lange- 

land and Ole J. Hatlestad, Sept. 1849-1850. 

In Norwegian. 

Followed by Democraten (Racine and Janesville) . 

IaDeL complete. 

MnSL complete. 

209 



RACINE 

1604. RACINE ADVOCATE (w) Nov. 23, 1842-May 24, 1888. 
Editors: Thomas J. Wisner, 1842-Aug. 1843; Marshall M. Strong, Sept. 1843-Jan. 
1845; Philo White, Jan. 1845-Mar. 1846; J. C. Bunner and J. W. Trowbridge, Mar. 
1846-1851; Bunner and J. A. Harrison, Jan.-Dec. 1852; Harrison, Dec. 1852-1853; 
Charles Clement, 1853-1854; A. C. Sandford and John Tapley, 1855-Jan. 1863; A. 
C. and E. H. Sandford, Jan. 1863-Sept. 1884; A. C. Sandford and Eliza E. Batch - 
elor, Sept. 1884-Mar. 1888; Batchelor and Albert F. Ransom, Mar .-May 1888. 

WHi Nov. 23, 1842-Sept. 24, 1844; June 24, 1845-Mar. 24, 1847; Jan. 
8, 1851-Dec. 29, 1858; June 22, 1859-Feb. 10, 1877; June 15, 1878- 
May 24, 1888. 

WR Nov. 23, 1842-Mar. 17, 1846; Jan. 4, 1860-Dec. 26, 1866; Apr. 22, 
1882-Apr. 17, 1884. 

1605. RACINE ADVOCATE (d) May 9, 1853-Dec. 30, 1854. 
WHi complete. 

WR complete. 

1606. AMERIKAN (w) Apr.-Dec. 1872. 
Published by Slavie. 

In Bohemian. 

1607. RACINE ARGUS (w) Feb. 14-Oct. 6, 1838. 
Suspended: Aug.-Sept. 1838. 

Editors: Marshall M. Strong. 
WHi complete. 

1608. RACINE ARGUS (w) Sept. 1, 1868-Dec. 23, 1880. 

Title varies: Racine County Argus, 1868-1877. 

Editors: William I. Martin, 1868-Feb. 1869; Zebulon C. and H. M. Wentworth, 
Feb. 1869-July 1873; Zebulon C. Wentworth, July 1873-May 1877; C. F. George, 
May 1877-Mar. 1878; E. A. Egery, Apr. 1878-1880. 

WHi Feb. 25, 1869-Dec. 23, 1880. 

WR Feb. 25, 1869-Sept. 30, 1872; Mar. 28, 1876-Dec. 23, 1880. 

1609. RACINE DAILY ARGUS (d) Aug. 1-Dec. 31, 1880. 

Followed by Racine Daily Journal. 

WHi Aug. 1-Dec. 11, 1880. 
WR Aug. 9-Dec. 11, 1880. 






1610. RACINE BANNER (w) 1880-1881 [?]. 

Editors: George P. Rothe. 
In German. 

1611. SUNDAY BULLETIN (w) 1929 to date. 

Published by Racine Journal-Times. 
WHi Jan. 5, 1947 to date. 
WR Jan. 5, 1947 to date. 

1612. RACINE DAILY CALL (d) Aug. 6, 1913-Nov. 20, 1915. 

Editors: Leslie M. Fowler. 
Merged with Racine Daily Times. 

1613. COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER (w) 1849-1852. 
Editors: W. H. Butterfield, 1849-Sept. 1850; William R. Perry, Sept. 1850-1852. 

210 



1614. RACINE CORRESPONDENT (w) 1883-June 29, 1918. 

Editors: W. F. Weber, 1883-1886; Charles Schaupand, 1886^-1888; A. T. Falb, 
1888-1894; Emil Wittzack, 1894-1899; Henry Bonn, 1899-1918. 
In German. 

WHi July 21, 1900-June 29, 1918. 

1615. DANNEBROG (w) 1876-1877 [?]. 
Editors: T. Sornson. 

In Danish. 

1616. RACINE DEMOCRAT (w) Apr. 1852-Sept. 1, 1861. 

Title varies: Racine County Democrat, 1852- [?]. 

Editors: H. M. Hulett and Lucius C. Cary, 1852-1853; Cary, 1853-Aug. 1854; O. A. 
Stafford, Aug. 1854-1856; Zebulon C. Wentworth, 1856-1858; A. C. Sandford and 
John Tapley, 1858-Apr. 1859; Wentworth, Apr. 1859-1861. 

WHi May 11, 1857-May 17, 1858; Apr. 20, 1859-Aug. 21, 1861. 

WR May 11, 1857-May 17, 1858; Apr. 20, 1859-May 16, 1860. 

DEMOCRATEN, see under Janesville. 

1617. DEMOCRATIC UNION (w) 1849-1850. 
Editors: B. B. Cary. 

1618. DOLLAR WEEKLY (w, sw) Apr. 24, 1884-Aug. 18, 1911. 
Title varies: Utley's Dollar Weekly, 1884-June 1901; Semi-Weekly Times, July 
1901-Jan. 1909. 

Editors: W. L. Utley, 1884-1889; Hamilton Utley, 1889-1900; Walter S. Goodland, 
1900-1911. 

1619. RACINE EXAMINER (w) Apr. 6, 1934-1935 [?]. 

Editors: E. Luedke. 

1620. RACINE EXPRESS (w) 1852-1853 [?]. 

1621. EXPRESS (w) 1881-1883 [?] . 

Editors: Samuel Richie, 1881-1882; Peter Rupp, 1882-1883. 
In German. 

1622. FOLKETS AVIS (w) 1876-1919. 

Editors: William Haestrup, 1876-1877; Hans Olsen, 1877-1881; Louis Pio, 1881- 

1886; T. Elberg, 1886-1896; Edward Jensen, 1896-1906; Andrew Dahlstrom, 1906- 

1919. 

In Danish. 

WHi Jan. 4, 1900-Dec. 31, 1903. 

RACINE DAILY HERALD, see Racine Daily News. 

1623. RACINE HEROLD (w) 1870-1871 [?]. 

Published by Milwaukee Herold. 
In German. 

1624. RACINE INDEPENDENT (w) Nov. 1877-Apr. 1879. 
Editors: Zebulon C. and H. M. Wentworth. 

1625. INDEPENDENT NEWS (w) Sept. 2, 1932-1933 [?]. 

Editors: W. H. Armstrong. 

211 



1626. INDEX (m) Sept. 1907-1908 [?]. 
Editors: W. A. Jacobs. 

1627. RACINE JOURNAL (w) Nov. 1856-Feb. 18, 1913. 
WHi Dec. 11, 1856-Dec. 25, 1861; Jan. 25, 1865-Feb. 18, 1913. 
WR Sept. 29, 1858-Dec. 31, 1912. 

1628. RACINE JOURNAL-TIMES (d) Nov. 25, 1856-Oct. 3, 
1857; Dec. 1858-Dec. 1864; Jan. 3, 1881 to date. 

Title varies: Racine Daily Journal, 1856-Jan. 1912; Racine Journal-News, Jan. 
1912-June 1932. 

Editors: Henry M. Hulett and John A. Harrison, 1856-Mar. 1857; Harrison, Mar. 
1857-1858; Charles Clement, 1858-May 1863; Charles W. Fitch, May 1863-July 
1865; William M. and Hamilton Utley, July 1865-1873; Hamilton Utley, 1873- 
1875; F. W. Starbuck, 1875-1932; F. R. Starbuck, 1932-1953; Harry R. LePoidevin 
and J. D. McMurray, 1953 to date. 

WHi Nov. 25, 1856-Oct. 3, 1857; May 9, 1859-Apr. 27, 1861; Jan. 2, 

1900-Dec. 31, 1904; July 26, 1932 to date. 

WR Nov. 25, 1856-Oct. 3, 1857; May 9, 1859-Apr. 27, 1861; Jan. 3, 

1881 to date. 

1629. NATIONAL DEMOKRAT (w) May 1859-June 1860. 
Editors: C. Lohmann and G. Grahl, 1859-1860; Fred Krahe, 1860. 

In German. 

WHi Sept. 1-Oct. 20, 1859. 

1630. NEW DEAL (w) June 1, 1878-1879 [? J. 
Editors: William L. Utley. 

1631. RACINE DAILY NEWS (d) Mar. 8, 1858-Jan. 29, 1859. 
Editors: John S. Hawks, Mar.-Sept. 1858; Charles Clement, Sept. 1858-1859. 

WHi complete. 
WR complete. 

1632. RACINE DAILY NEWS (d) May 3, 1878-1879[?]. 
Editors: William J. Anderson. 

1633. RACINE DAILY NEWS (d) Dec. 16, 1878-1883. 
Title varies: Racine Daily Herald, 1878-Apr. 1879. 

Editors: Levi K. Alden, 1878-Mar. 1879; Curtis M. Treat, Apr. 1879-1881; Treat 
and Frank M. Reed, 1881-1882; Reed, 1882-1883. 
WHi Feb. 6-Mar. 19, 1879. 

1634. RACINE NEWS (d) 1895-Jan. 6, 1912. 
Editors: J. Milliken, 1895-1900; E. M. Shupe, 1900-1912. 
Merged with Racine Daily Journal. 

WHi July 1, 1902-Dec. 31, 1903. 
WR July 19, 1900-June 11, 1904. 

1635. OMNIBUS (w) 1869-1870. 
Editors: Henry Bonn. 

1636. RACINE POST (w) 1876-1877. 

Editors: Ludwig Schramm. 
In German. 

RACINE COUNTY ARGUS, see Racine Argus. 

212 



RACINE COUNTY DEMOCRAT, see Racine Democrat. 

1637. RACINE COUNTY WHIG (w) Apr. 1846-1847 [?]. 

Editors: Edward Bliss. 

1638. SLA VIE (w) Oct. 30, 1861-July 5, 1918. 
Published at Chicago: June 1912-1918. 

Editors: Frank Korizek, 1861-June 1863; Charles Jonas, June 1863-1868; Charles 
and Fred Jonas, 1868-1895; J. J. Krai and Joseph Stehlik, 1895-1909; Stehlik, 
1909-1912. 
In Bohemian. 

WHi Oct. 30, 1861-Apr. 30, 1862; Jan. 12-Sept. 13, 1865; June 8, 

1870-July 5, 1918. 

1639. SLOVAN AMERIKANSKY (w) Jan. 1, 1860-Oct. 23, 1861. 
Editors: Frank Korizek. 

In Bohemian. 
Followed by Slavic 

SEMI-WEEKLY TIMES, see Dollar Weekly. 

1640. RACINE TIMES-CALL (d) Oct. 30, 1883-June 25, 1932. 

Title varies: Racine Daily Times, 1883-Nov. 1915. 

Editors: William L. Utley, 1883-Mar. 1887; Hamilton Utley, Mar. 1887-Feb. 1900; 

Walter S. Goodland, Mar. 1900-Mar. 1912; Walter L. Haight, Mar. 1912-Nov. 

1915; Goodland, Nov. 1915-1932. 

Merged with Racine Journal-News. 

WHi Apr. 10, 1884-June 25, 1932. 

WR Jan. 2, 1890-June 30, 1906; Mar. 1, 1923-June 25, 1932. 

1641. RACINE TRIBUNE (w) July 19, 1888-1889 [?]. 
Editors: W. D. Thompson. 

UTLEY'S DOLLAR WEEKLY, see Dollar Weekly. 

1642. RACINE VOLKSBLATT (w) 1855-1858 [?]. 

Editors: Erdmann, 1855-1856; Henry F. Hilgard, 1856-1857; Samuel Richie, 

1857-1858. 

In German. 

1643. RACINE VOLKSFREUND (w) Dec. 8, 1860-1863. 
Editors: W. Schirmacher, 1860-Jan. 1861; J. B. Warling, Jan. 1861-1863. 
In German. 

WMS Dec. 15, 1860-May 1, 1862. 

1644. WISCONSIN AEGIS (w) Dec. 1843-1844 [?]. 
Editors: N. W. Fuller and S. W. Hill. 

1645. WISCONSIN AMERICAN (w) Aug. 1, 1836. 

Editors: J. O'Rourke and H. Barnes. 
Only one issue published. 
WHi complete. 

1646. WISCONSIN RODE (w) 1850-1851. 

Editors: Kohlmann Bros. 
In German. 

213 



1647. WISCONSIN VOLKSBLATT (w) 1860-1861 [?] 
Editors: A. Winter. 
In German. 



UNION GROVE 

1648. UNION GROVE ENTERPRISE (w) Oct. 11, 1877-Mar. 
29, 1923. 

Editors: A. P. Colby, 1877-Sept. 1913; J. C. Colby, Sept. 1913-1923. 
WHi Feb. 13, 1879-Mar. 29, 1923. 

1649. UNION GROVE NEWS (w) 1924-1927 [?]. 
Editors: John Pinze. 

1650. UNION GROVE SUN (w) Feb. 12, 1931 to date. 
Editors: William H. Banninger, Feb.-Nov. 1931; Charles P. Hackett, Dec. 1931- 
June 1933; James J. Page, June 1933 to date. 

WHi Aug. 21, 1935 to date. 



WATERFORD 

1651. WATERFORD POST (w) Nov. 21, 1877 to date. 
Editors: C. M. Whitman, 1877-Sept. 1880; Edward Malone, Sept. 1880-1906; 
Malone and Ernest H. Miller, 1907-Oct. 1917; Miller and L. M. Merrill, Oct. 1917- 
Sept. 1927; Stewart E. Hicks, Sept. 1927-Sept. 1934; M. J. Chapman, Oct. 1934 
to date. 

WHi complete. 



214 



Richland County 



CAZENOVIA 

1652. CAZENOVIA LEADER (w) Jan. 1938-Dec. 5, 1940. 
Editors: Carl C. Webb. 

WHi Nov. 3, 1938-Dec. 5, 1940. 

1653. CAZENOVIA REPORTER (w) Oct. 1910-Jan. 22, 1937. 
Editors: O. D. Whitehill and J. S. Herlihy, 1910-Nov. 1915; Herlihy, Nov. 1915- 
Apr. 1924; Mrs. J. S. Herlihy, Apr. 1924-June 1925; Edward W. Kredl, July 1925- 
June 1934; Carl C. Webb, June 1934-Jan. 1935; Alfred R. and Arthur A. Schu- 
mann, Jan. 1935-1936; Charles Kredl, 1936-1937. 

WHi Mar. 3, 1911-Jan. 22, 1937. 



EXCELSIOR 

1654. EXCELSIOR (w) 1877-1878 [?]. 
Editors: Ira D. Hurlbut. 



LONE ROCK 

1655. LONE ROCK HUSTLER (w) 1895-1896. 
Editors: S. E. Richards. 

1656. LONE ROCK JOURNAL (w) Oct. 29, 1931-Aug. 2, 1956. 
Editors: F. J. Moffatt, 1931-Feb. 1933; Einar O. Hammer, Feb. 1933-Mav 1945; 
Donald E. Turrell, May 1945-1956. 

WHi Oct. 21, 1943-Aug. 2, 1956. 

1657. LONE ROCK PILOT (w) 1875-1876. 
Editors: J. W. Fuller, 1875-1876; M. F. Satterlee, 1876. 

1658. LONE ROCK REPUBLICAN (w) May 15, 1886-May 28, 
1887. 

Editors: N. B. Hood. 

WHi Oct. 2, 1886-May 28, 1887. 

1659. LONE ROCK STAR (w) Feb. 28, 1885-1886. 
Editors: H. O. Hall. 

1660. TRI-COUNTY REVIEW (w) 1899-1921 [?]. 

Editors: W. Babcock, 1899-1903; P. C. Pitkin, 1903-1920; A. B. Miller, 1920-1921. 

215 



RICHLAND CENTER 

1661. DAILY ADVERTISER (d) Oct. 23, 191 1-1912 [?]. 
Editors: G. O. Marschalette. 

RICHLAND DEMOCRAT (1880-1881), see Richland 
Rustic. 

1662. RICHLAND DEMOCRAT (w) Sept. 21, 1892 to date. 
Editors: Wilbur G. Barry, 1892-Apr. 1923; A. P. Andrews, Apr. 1923-Mar. 1936; 
Mrs. Lela Andrews, Mar. 1936 to date. 

WHi Dec. 9, 1943 to date. 

1663. INDEPENDENT (w) Mar.-Dec. 13, 1872. 
Editors: M. F. Satterlee and John Walworth. 

WHi Aug. 3-Dec. 13, 1872. 

1664. LIVE REPUBLICAN (w) Dec. 13, 1866-Aug. 8, 1867. 
Editors: J. H. Waggoner and I. S. Hazeltine. 

Merged with Richland County Observer. 
WHi complete. 

1665. OBSERVER (w) Dec. 21, 1876-Dec. 30, 1880. 
Editors: J. H. Waggoner. 

Merged with Richland County Republican. 
WHi complete. 

1666. RICHLAND PRESS (w) Nov. 1, 1860-1861 [?]. 

1667. REPUBLICAN OBSERVER (w) Nov. 20, 1855 to date. 

Title varies: Richland County Observer, 1855-Aug. 1867; Richland County Re- 
publican, Aug. 1867-1888. 

Editors: Israel Sanderson, 1855-July 1858; John Walworth, July 1858-Nov. 1863; 
William J. Waggoner, Nov. 1863-May 1864; J. H. Waggoner, May 1864-Aug. 1865; 
Waggoner and Samuel C. Hyatt, Aug.-Oct. 1865; John Walworth and W. M. 
Fogo, Oct. 1865-July 1867; J. H. Waggoner, July 1867-Mar. 1868; Waggoner and 
George E. Stevens, Mar. 1868-1872; Waggoner, 1873; Waggoner and W. M. Fogo, 
Jan.-Sept. 1874; Fogo and G. L. Laws, Oct. 1874-Apr. 1876; Fogo and Oliver G. 
Munson, Apr. 1876-1885; Fogo, 1885-1902; Stephen W. Fogo, 1902 to date. 

WHi Nov. 20, 1855-Apr. 12, 1859; Jan. 1, 1861-Feb. 22, 1866; Aug. 15, 

1867 to date. 

1668. RICHLAND COUNTY RECORDER (w) Mar. 1868- 
Dec. 1871. 

Title varies: Richland County Sentinel, 1868-Mar. 1871. 

Editors: W. M. Fogo and John Walworth, Mar.-Aug. 1868; Walworth, Aug. 1868- 
Mar. 1871; Edwin Pickard, Mar.-Dec. 1871. 
Followed by Independent. 

1669. RICHLAND RUSTIC (w) Aug. 13, 1880-1924. 
Title varies: Richland Democrat, 1880-June 1881. 

Editors: Otis H. Brand, 1880-Jan. 1881; Jerry A. Smith, Jan. 1881-1890; Fred A. 
Smith, 1890-Mar. 1895; D. H. Richards, Mar. 1895-Nov. 1898; G. S. Moody and 
Harry Bailey, Nov. 1898-July 1900; L. D. and Harry Bailey, Aug. 1900-June 1906; 
L. D. Bailey, June 1906-Apr. 1911; Harry Bailey, May 1911-1924. 
WHi Oct. 15, 1880-Dec. 13, 1918. 

216 



1670. SATT'S PINE RIVER PILOT (w) Sept. 1880-Apr. 1881. 
Editors: M. F. Satterlee. 

1671. RICHLAND UNION DEMOCRAT (w) Jan. 3, 1884- 
1885. 

Editors: P. Flickner and L. H. Cook. 

1672. RICHLAND ZOUAVE (w) Sept. 14, 1861-Sept. 1862. 
Editors: G. W. Gregory and Sophia E. Bloomer. 

WHi Sept. 14, 1861-July 17, 1862. 



VIOLA 

1673. INTELLIGENCER (w) Oct. 1890-Oct. 25, 1911. 
Editors: Clifford M. Wells, 1890-1891; Gertrude Wells, 1891-July 1893; John H. 
Frazier, July 1893-1911. 

Merged with Viola News. 

WHi Oct. 30-Dec. 26, 1891; Jan. 13, 1893-Oct. 25, 1911. 

1674. VIOLA NEWS (w) 1897 to date. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Leaf Tobacco News, 1897-1908. 

Editors: George E. Sanford, 1897-Oct. 1911; Walter B. Van Winter, Nov. 1911- 

May 1948; Jack E. Vermeul, June 1948-July 1951; Floyd W. Griffin, Aug. 1951 to 

date. 

WHi Nov. 2, 1911 to date. 



217 



Rock County 



BELOIT 
BELOIT ARGUS, see Beloit Citizen. 

1675. BELOIT EVENING ARGUS (d) Mar -Sept. 1886. 
Published by Beloit Citizen. 

1676. BELOIT CITIZEN (w) Feb. 7, 1880-1893. 

Title varies: Beloit Weekly Outlook, 1880-1884; Beloit Argus, 1885-May 1888. 
Editors: J. A. Truesdell, 1880-Nov. 1881; Stephen Bowers and E. Prouty, Nov. 
1881-Apr. 1882; Prouty, Apr. 1882-May 1883; F. F. Livermore, May 1883-Jan. 1885; 
W. F. Palmer, Jan. 1885-July 1886; H. H. Swain, July 1886-Jan. 1887; H. C. Brown, 
Jan.-July 1887; Livermore, July 1887-1890; Wallace C. Brown, 1890-1891; F. A. 
Marsh, 1891-1892; T. S. Morgan, 1892-1893. 
WHi Feb. 7, 1880-Sept. 10, 1886. 

1677. DAILY CITIZEN (d) June 1887-1888 [?]. 

Editors: F. F. Livermore. 

MORNING CITIZEN, see Beloit Daily News. 

1678. CITIZENS ADVANCE (w) 1907-1908 [?]. 
Editors: William C. Dean. 

1679. BELOIT WEEKLY COURIER (w) Nov. 1856-Apr. 1860. 

Title varies: Beloit Herald, 1856-Apr. 1859; Beloit Herald and Times, May-Dec. 

1859. 

Editors: D. Anson Pratt, 1856-Apr. 1857; DeLorma Brooks and D. P. Hickling, 

Apr. 1857-May 1859; N. O. Perkins, May 1859-1860. 

Merged with Beloit Journal. 

1680. BELOIT CRESCENT (w) June 27, 1872-1873 [?]. 
Editors: H. F. Hobart. 

1681. DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG (w) 1894-1906 [?]. 

Editors: Charles F. and Fred L. Renich, 1894-1900; H. W. Frick, 1900-1906. 
In German. 

1682. BELOIT FREE PRESS (w) June 22, 1848-Dec. 25, 1902. 

Title varies: Beloit Journal, 1848-Mar. 1860; June 1864-Mar. 1871; Beloit Journal 
and Courier, Apr. 1860-June 1864. 

WHi Jan. 3, 1856-Jan. 26, 1865; Jan. 12, 1871-Dec. 25, 1879. 

1683. BELOIT DAILY FREE PRESS (d) Feb. 1, 1879-Mar. 15, 
1915. 

Editors: J. R. Briggs, 1848-Sept. 1849; Briggs and C. G. Foster, Sept. 1849-May 

218 



1854; Foster and J. A. Brewster, May 1854-July 1855; H. L. Devereux, Aug. 1855- 
May 1856; B. E. Hale, May 1856-Apr. 1859; Horatio Pratt, Apr. 1859-Apr. 1860; 
Barrett H. Smith, Apr. 1860-Apr. 1864; A. Paine, Apr. 1864-1866; T. O. Thomp- 
son and E. D. Coe, 1866-Mar. 1867; Chalmers Ingersoll, Apr. 1867-1908; M. C. 
Hanna, 1908-1911; J. S. Hubbard, 1911-1915. 
Merged with Beloit Daily News. 
WHi complete. 

1684. BELOIT GRAPHIC (w) Jan. 13, 1877-July 28, 1880. 
Editors: F. E. Fillmore and W. D. Mathews, 1877-May 1878; Fillmore, May-Dec. 
1878; Otis H. Brand, 1879-1880. 

Merged with Beloit Weekly Outlook. 
WHi complete. 

GRIT, see Beloit Daily News. 

1685. BELOIT HERALD (d, tw) Dec. 1856-Feb. 1858. 

Published by Beloit Weekly Courier. 

BELOIT HERALD AND TIMES, see Beloit Weekly 
Courier. 

1686. BELOIT INDEPENDENT (sw) 1923-1934. 
Editors: Blaine Hansen. 

1687. BELOIT MESSENGER (w) Sept. 4, 1 846-1 847 f? | . 

Editors: Cooley and Civer. 

1688. BELOIT DAILY NEWS (d) May 1888 to date. 
Title varies: Morning Citizen, 1888-1891; Grit, 1891-1892. 

Editors: Wallace C. Brown, 1888-Sept. 1892; Clay W. Metzker, Sept. 1892-1896; 
David B. Worthington, 1897-1925; Edwin S. and Dean B. Worthington, 1925-Apr. 
1940; Mason H. Dobson, Apr. 1940-1949; Walter A. Strong, 1949 to date. 
WHi Mar. 16, 1915 to date. 

1689. DAILY OUTLOOK (d) Dec. 20, 1881 -Dec. 1, 1882. 
Published by Beloit Citizen. 

BELOIT WEEKLY OUTLOOK, see Beloit Citizen. 

1690. DAILY PHONOGRAPH (d) Aug. 7, 1878-Jan. 31, 1879. 
Editors: H. F. Hobart and George E. Farrar. 

Followed by Beloit Daily Free Press. 

1691. BELOIT MORNING POST (d) 1896-1897 [?]. 

Editors: Howell and Dixon. 

1692. BELOIT RECORD (d) 1878-1879. 

1693. ROCK COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) 1859-1860. 
Editors: Hamilton Reigart and George Pratt. 

1694. BELOIT TIMES (w) 1857-Apr. 1859. 
Editors: N. O. Perkins. 

Merged with Beloit Herald. 

219 



CLINTON 

1695. CLINTON ADVERTISER (w) 1914-1915 [?]. 

Editors: A. A. Cleveland. 

1696. CLINTON ENTERPRISE (w) 1868-1870 [?]. 

Editors: N. D. Wright and H. Coleman, 1868-1869; Wright and G. Davis, 1869- 
1870. 

1697. CLINTON HERALD (w) Nov. 12, 1874-Oct. 1, 1907. 
Title varies: Independent, 1874-Feb. 1880; Rock County Republican, Mar -Aug. 
1880. 

Editors: Chester M. Whitman and Curtiss M. Treat, 1874-July 1875; Treat, July 
1875-Nov. 1878; P. H. and H. S. Swift, Nov. 1878-Sept. 1880; Stephen Bowers, 
1880-Nov. 1881; C. C. Marston, Nov. 1881-May 1882; Wallace C. Brown, May 
1882-May 1883; R. W. Cheever, May 1883-1907. 

WHi Jan. 13, 1875-Nov. 23, 1881; Aug. 2, 1882-Oct. 1, 1907. 

1698. CLINTON HERALD (w) May 7-Dec. 31, 1942. 
Editors: Stanley R. Broshar. 

WHi complete. 

INDEPENDENT, see Clinton Herald. 

1699. CLINTON NEWS (w) Nov. 5, 1925-1926 [?]. 
Editors: H. J. Kent. 

1700. ROCK COUNTY BANNER (m, w) Mar. 1888-Aug. 13, 
1925. 

Editors: George Wilcox, 1888-Jan. 1902; William Moore, Jan. 1902-July 1903; F. 
R. Helmer, July 1903-1925. 

WHi Apr .-July 1888; Sept. 29, 1900-Aug. 13, 1925. 

1701. ROCK COUNTY REPUBLICAN (w) 1873-1874. 

ROCK COUNTY REPUBLICAN (1880), see Clinton 
Herald. 

1702. CLINTON TIMES-OBSERVER (w) Sept. 7, 1923-1941. 
Editors: William A. Mayhew, Jr., 1923-Apr. 1927; Mrs. W. A. Mayhew, Jr.. Apr. 
1927-June 1932; Mary Mayhew, June 1932-1941. 

WHi Aug. 21, 1925-Jan. 16, 1941. 

1703. CLINTON TOPPER (w) Apr. 28, 1938 to date. 
Editors: C. A. McMullen, 1938-1948; William C. Rust, 1948 to date. 

WHi Jan. 20, 1955 to date. 

1704. CLINTON WASP (w) 1915-1922 [?]. 
Editors: A. A. Cleveland. 

1705. WEEKLY WITNESS (w) May 19, 1893-June 22, 1894. 

Editors: W. L. Springer and H. C. Rustad, 1893-Jan. 1894; Springer. Jan.-June 
1894. 

WHi complete. 

220 



EDGERTON 

1706. EDGERTON EAGLE (w) Nov. 1901-1925. 

Editors: Edwin G. Dean, 1901-1908; William W. Hammond, 1908-1914; Durant 

C. Gile, 1914-1923; F. J. Broadbent, 1923-1924; Sanford Onsgard, 1924-1925. 
Merged with Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter. 

EDGERTON INDEPENDENT, see Edgerton Reporter. 

1707. EDGERTON INDEX (w) June 26, 1886-1896. 
Title varies: Tobacco Index, 1886- [?]. 

Editors: Jessie G. Patterson, 1886-1891; W. H. Bennett, 1891-1896. 

1708. EDGERTON REPORTER (w) Dec. 4, 1874 to date. 

Title varies: Edgerton Independent, 1874-Apr. 1877; Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter, 

Apr. 1877-Oct. 1950. 

Editors: W. F. Tousley, 1874-June 1882; Frederic W. Coon, July 1882- July 1919; 

D. G. Ristad, Aug. 1919-1931; C. A. Hoen, 1931-Aug. 1949; George H. Bozich, 
Aug. 1949-June 1951; Harland E. Everson, July 1951 to date. 

WHi May 19, 1876 to date. 

TOBACCO INDEX, see Edgerton Index. 

1709. EDGERTON UNION (w) Apr. 26, 1866-1871. 
Editors: J. A. and C. D. Wells. 

1710. WESTERN STAR (w) 1871-1874. 

WISCONSIN TOBACCO REPORTER, see Edgerton Re- 
porter. 



EVANSVILLE 

1711. BADGER (w) Oct. 13, 1894-Apr. 7, 1906. 
Editors: Marilla Andrews, 1894-Nov. 1905; E. C. Fish, Nov. 1905-1906. 
Merged with Evansville Review. 

WHi complete. 

1712. CITIZEN (w) Jan. 3, 1866-Dec. 30, 1868. 
Editors: I. A. Hoxie, 1866-Oct. 1868; C. W. Baker, Oct.-Dec. 1868. 

WHi complete. 

1713. CITIZEN (w) Jan.-Apr. 1870. 
Editors: H. S. Ehrman. 

Merged with Evansville Review. 

1714. ENTERPRISE (w) June 1881-Jan. 18, 1911. 
Title varies: Pudding-Stick, June-Nov. 1881. 

Editors: C. A. Libby, 1881-Aug. 1895; W. T. Hoxie, Aug. 1895-Jan. 1896; C. A. 
Libby and H. A. Heise, Jan. 1896-July 1898; C. A. Libby, July 1898-Dec. 1906; 
A. M. Libby, Dec. 1906-Mar. 1908; George Meacham, Apr. 1908-1911. 
WHi Feb. 28, 1882-Jan. 18, 1911. 

INDEPENDENT, see under Madison. 

221 



1715. EVANSVILLE JOURNAL (w) 1874-1875 [?] . 

Editors: G. S. Bradley. 

PUDDING-STICK, see Enterprise. 

1716. EVANSVILLE REVIEW (w) Mar. 15, 1870 to date. 
Editors: I. A. Hoxie, 1870-Apr. 1879; J. Boyd Jones, Apr. 1879-Apr. 1880; Hoxie, 
Apr. 1880-Feb. 1883; Clifford M. Wells, Feb. 1883-Mar. 1884; Hoxie, Mar. 1884- 
Oct. 1893; George Magee and W. C. Lawton, Oct. 1893-Dec. 1895; Magee and R. 
M. Antes, Dec. 1895-Mar. 1903; R. M. Antes, Mar. 1903-June 1920; J. I. Scott, 
June 1920-1929; William B. Antes, 1929-1942; P. D. Pearsall, 1942-1950; William 
Sumner, Jr., 1950 to date. 

WHi Mar. 15, 1870-May 17, 1894; Mar. 28, 1895 to date. 

1717. TRIBUNE (w) Apr. 17, 1886-May 12, 1908. 

Editors: H. B. Blackmun and Charles F. Pullen, 1886-Apr. 1887; C. A. Libby, 
Apr. 1887-Dec. 1906; A. M. Libby, Dec. 1906-1908. 
Merged with Enterprise. 

WHi Aug. 5, 1886-May 12, 1908. 



FOOTVILLE 

1718. FOOTVILLE HUSTLER (w) Feb. 8, 1912-1915[?] 
Editors: Spencer C. Fish. 



INMANSVILLE 
EMIGRANTEN, see under Madison. 



JANESVILLE 

1719. BADGER STATE (w) Aug. 1846-Dec. 1851. 

Title varies: Rock County Democrat, 1846-Nov. 1848; Free Soil Democrat, Dec. 

1848-Feb. 1849; Rock County Badger, Mar. 1849-Oct. 1850. 

Editors: George W. Crabb, 1846-Sept. 1848; C. S. Jordan, Sept. 1848-Nov. 1849; 

A. T. Gray, Dec. 1849-Mar. 1850; Gray and John A. Brown, Apr.-Oct. 1850; Brown 

and Crabb, Nov. 1850-1851. 

Merged with Democratic Standard. 

JANESVILLE DEMOCRAT (1860), see Rock County 
Republican. 

1720. JANESVILLE DEMOCRAT (w) Dec. 22, 1866-1 867 [?]. 

Editors: E. B. Bolens. 

1721. DEMOCRATEN (w) June 8, 1850-Oct. 29, 1851. 
Published at Racine: 1850-June 1851. 

Editors: Knut Langeland. 
In Norwegian. 

MnSL complete. 

IaDeL complete. 



222 






1722. DEMOCRATIC STANDARD (w) Oct. 11, 1851-Oct. 7, 
1858. 

WHi complete. 

1723. DEMOCRATIC STANDARD (d) Apr. 1856-Mar. 1858. 
Editors: George W. Crabb and John Mitchell, 1851-Mar. 1852; Mitchell, Apr. 
1852-May 1853; Daniel C. Brown, May 1853-Nov. 1857; James Armstrong, Nov. 
1857-Mar. 1858; Godfrey H. Bishop, Mar .-Oct. 1858. 

FAMILY MESSENGER, see Walworth County Journal 
(Delavan). 

1724. JANESVILLE WEEKLY FREE PRESS (w) Jan. 6, 1853- 
Mar. 3, 1857. 

WHi Jan. 24, 1854-Mar. 3, 1857. 

1725. JANESVILLE FREE PRESS (d) Feb. 1855-Mar. 4, 1857. 
Editors: Joseph Baker, Jan.-Oct. 1853; Baker and William M. Doty, Oct. 1853- 
Nov. 1855; Thomas F. Withrow and E. C. Sackett, Dec. 1855-1857. 

WHi Apr. 10, 1856-Mar. 4, 1857. 

FREE SOIL DEMOCRAT, see Badger State. 

1726. JANESVILLE GAZETTE (w, sw) Aug. 14, 1845-1916. 

Title varies: Weekly Gazette and Free Press, Mar. 1857-Jan. 1864. 
WHi Jan. 3, 1850-Mar. 14, 1857. 

1727. JANESVILLE DAILY GAZETTE (d) July 11-Oct. 7, 
1854; Mar. 9, 1857 to date. 

Editors: Levi Alden, 1845-Nov. 1848; Alden and Charles Holt, Nov. 1848-Mar. 
1855; Holt, Mar. 1855-1863; A. M. Thomson and W. G. Roberts, 1864-June 1870; 
James Bintliff and R. L. Colvin, July 1870-1877; Nicholas Smith, 1878-June 1890; 
James C. Wilmarth, June 1890-1895; Barton F. Nowlan, 1895-1901; H. F. Bliss, 
1901-1915; David Atwood, 1915-1918; H. V. Ross, 1918-1920; Stephen Bolles, 1920- 
1939; Sidney H. and Robert W. Bliss, 1939 to date. 
WHi complete. 

1728. JANESVILLE INDEPENDENT (w) Oct. 26, 1901- 
1935[?]. 

Editors: S. A. Cooper. 

1729. IRISH-AMERICAN STAR (w) 1900-1902 [?]. 
Editors: J. L. Mahoney. 

1730. JOURNAL (w) 1889-1920 [?]. 
Editors: H. W. Frick. 

In German. 

1731. MONITOR (w) June 21, 1862-Jan. 21, 1864. 

Editors: Andrew and G. D. Palmer. 

1732. JANESVILLE PRESS (w) 1918-1919 [?]. 

Editors: W. K. Davis. 



223 



1733. JANESVILLE DAILY RECORDER (d) Mar. 11, 1878- 
Sept. 21, 1913. 

Editors: Garret Veeder and S. S. St. John, 1869-July 1872; Veeder, July 1872-July 
1873; Veeder and W. H. Leonard, July 1873-1881; T. S. Nolan, 1882-Nov. 1885; 
Joseph B. Doe, Nov. 1885-Apr. 1886; A. O. Wilson, Apr. 1886-1894; Peter J. 
Monat, 1895-1911; Benjamin Fuelleman, 1911-1913. 
Merged with Janesville Daily Gazette. 

WHi July 21, 1879-May 1, 1887; Mar. 27-Sept. 21, 1913. 

1734. RECORDER AND TIMES (w) Sept. 1, 1869-Mar. 20, 
1913. 

Title varies: Rock County Recorder, 1869-Oct. 1885; Janesville Weekly Recorder, 

Nov. 1885-Apr. 1886. 

Published by Janesville Daily Recorder. 

WHi Jan. 15-Aug. 27, 1870; Jan. 23, 1874-Mar. 20, 1913. 

1735. EVENING REPUBLICAN (d) 1893-1900. 
Editors: E. M. Hardy and E. O. Kimberly, 1893-1894; Hardy, 1894-1900. 

ROCK COUNTY BADGER, see Badger State. 

ROCK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, see Badger State. 

1736. ROCK COUNTY MIRROR (w) Dec. 16, 1894-Feb. 1895. 
Editors: J. L. Mahoney. 

ROCK COUNTY RECORDER, see Recorder and Times. 

1737. ROCK COUNTY REPUBLICAN (d, w) Sept. 7, 1860- 
Dec. 1861. 

Title varies: Janesville Democrat, Sept -Dec. 1860. 

Editors: W. H. Bristol and James C. Mann, Sept.-Nov. 1860; Mann, Nov. 1860- 

May 1861; Joseph Baker, June-Dec. 1861. 

WHi Sept. 7, 1860-Sept. 24, 1861. 

1738. ROCK COUNTY TIMES (w) 1928-1929 [?]. 
Editors: Robert K. Drew. 

1739. SIGNAL (w) Sept. 5, 1886-Oct. 1892. 

Editors: Garret Veeder, 1886-1891; L. O. Smith, 1891-1892. 

1740. SATURDAY MORNING SUN (w) May 1881-June 8, 
1889. 

Title varies: Janesville Weekly Sun, 1881-1885. 

Editors: J. H. Nicholson, 1881-May 1882; J. B. Silsbee, May 1882-1889. 
WHi June 17, 1882-June 8, 1889. 

1741. JANESVILLE WEEKLY TIMES (w) Feb. 8-Dec. 22, 
1859. 

Suspended: July-Oct. 

Editors: Charles and C. E. Wright. 

WHi Feb. 15-Dec. 22, 1859. 

1742. JANESVILLE CITY TIMES (w) Aug. 1869-Nov. 1870; 
Mar. 1871-Apr. 22, 1886. 

WHi Jan. 2, 1873-Apr. 22, 1886. 

224 



1743. JANESVILLE CITY TIMES (d) Oct. 1878-Nov. 1880. 
Editors: A. O. Wilson, 1869-May 1877; Wilson and W. H. Tousley, May 1877 
May 1883; Wilson, May 1883-1886. 

Merged with Janesville Daily Recorder. 

1744. WISCONSIN TOBACCO LEAF (w) 1889-1899 [?]. 
Editors: J. F. Willey. 



MILTON 
MILTON EXPRESS, see Milton Junction Courier. 

1745. MILTON JOURNAL (w) May 24, 1894-July 25, 1912. 

Editors: W. K. Davis. 
Merged with Milton Junction Telephone. 
WHi complete. 

1746. MILTON NEWS (w) Aug. 1925-1936. 

Editors: Clark M. Todd and O. H. Frantz, 1925-1928; Frantz, 1928-1936. 

WEEKLY TELEPHONE, see Milton Junction Courier. 



MILTON JUNCTION 

1747. MILTON JUNCTION COURIER (w) July 1879 to date. 
Published at Milton: 1879-Aug. 1899. 

Title varies: Milton Express, 1879-June 1882; Telephone, July 1882-June 1912; 
Journal-Telephone, July 1912-Aug. 1927; Milton Junction Telephone, Sept. 1927- 
1946. 

Editors: Wallace C. Brown, 1879-June 1882; J. C. Bartholf, July 1882-Aug. 1886; 
E. L. Spence, Sept. 1886-Nov. 1894; Alice S. Blount, Nov. 1894-Oct. 1896; Mark 
A. Richardson, Oct. 1896-June 1902; W. C. Oviatt, June 1902-Oct. 1907; H. E. 
Miles and E. M. Hoslton, Oct. 1907-Jan. 1909; Holston, Jan. 1909-June 1919; 
Orlando H. Frantz, July 1919-June 1946; Francis A. Bowen, July 1946-Aug. 1954; 
Melvin A. Meyer, Sept. 1954 to date. 

WHi Mar. 17, 1880 to date. 

1748. INDEPENDENT (w) Feb. 12-Nov. 20, 1878. 
Title varies: Merchant, Feb.-July. 

Editors: C. E. Wing, Feb.-July; Wing and F. W. Tousley, July-Nov. 

JOURNAL-TELEPHONE, see Milton Junction Courier. 
MERCHANT, see Independent. 

1749. MILTON JUNCTION MESSENGER (w) 1870-1872. 

Editors: Mary Spencer. 

1750. MILTON JUNCTION NEWS (w) May 6, 1886-1900 [?j . 
Editors: F. R. Morris, 1886-1896; E. M. Holston, 1896-1898; William B. West, 
1898-1899; F. M. Palmiter, 1899-1900. 

1751. MILTON JUNCTION REGISTER (w) 1878-1879. 
Editors: J. S. Badger. 

225 



MILTON JUNCTION TELEPHONE, see Milton Junc- 
tion Courier. 



ORFORDVILLE 

1752. ORFORDVILLE HERALD (w) 1900-1902. 
Editors: L. C. Grundeland. 

1753. ORFORDVILLE JOURNAL (w) 1907 to date. 

Editors: H. A. Gibbs, 1907-1908; S. H. Graves, 1908-1911; Norval Hendrickson, 
1911-Feb. 1916; Ward A. Stewart, Feb. 1916 to date. 
WHi Aug. 5, 1925 to date. 

1754. ORFORDVILLE NEWS (w) 1903-1906. 
Editors: L. C. Grundeland. 



TIFFANY 

1755. NEWS (w) June 2-Nov. 5, 1925. 
Editors: H. J. Kent. 
Followed by Clinton News. 
WHi complete. 



226 



Rusk County 



APOLLONIA 
WEEKLY BUDGET, see Ladysmith News. 

1756. APOLLONIA CAUSE (w) 1904-1906 [?]. 
Editors: John A. Blackwell. 

1757. APOLLONIA REVIEW (w) 1902-1906 [?]. 
Editors: John A. Blackwell, 1902-1903; G. G. Gobar, 1903-1906. 

BRUCE 

1758. BRUCE NEWS-LETTER (w) Oct. 1900 to date. 
Editors: A. W. McCormack, 1900-1905; O. G. and Louis A. Briggs, 1905-Aug. 
1908; Amos Babcock, Sept. 1908-1910; Floyd A. Kneeland, 1910-1911; A. P. An- 
drews, 1911-1916; L. W. Ham, 1916-June 1921; Victor Valiquette, June 1921-1924; 
Ham, 1924-1937; Gordon McConnell, 1937-Feb. 1949; Gerald C. Rassback, Mar.- 
Sept. 1949; Ralph W. Peters, Sept. 1949 to date. 

WHi Oct. 27, 1905-Oct. 1, 1909; Feb. 5, 1920-Oct. 20, 1921; Oct. 14, 
1943 to date. 

GLEN FLORA 

1759. GLEN FLORA STAR (w) 1901-1921 [?]. 

Editors: D. W. Maloney, 1901-1911; R. W. Richardson, 1911-1914; R. W. and 
E. W. Richardson, 1914-1921. 



HAWKINS 

1760. HAWKINS CHRONICLE (w) Feb. 3, 1922 to date. 
Editors: C. W. Perry, 1922-1924; Orin Garwood, 1924-1925; Jessie C. Brothers, 
1925-1926; R. W. Richardson, 1927-1932; E. W. Richardson, 1932-1939; Woodrow 
Wilson, 1939-1941; Lyle Speed, 1941 to date. 

WHi Nov. 12, 1943 to date. 

1761. HAWKINS REPORTER (w) 1908-1922 [?]. 

Editors: R. W. Richardson, 1908-1914; R. W. and E. W. Richardson, 1914-1922. 



INGRAM 
1762. INGRAM RECORD (w) 1904-1905 [?] 

Editors: William Bowman. 

227 



LADYSMITH 
WEEKLY BUDGET, see Ladysmith News. 
GATES COUNTY JOURNAL, see Rusk County Journal 
WEEKLY JOURNAL, see Rusk County Journal 

1763. LADYSMITH NEWS (w) Apr. 19, 1895 to date. 
Published at Apollonia: 1895-July 1902. 

Title varies: Weekly Budget, 1895-1907; Ladysmith News-Budget, 1907-Apr. 1927. 
Editors: W. E. Tubbs and F. E. Munroe, 1895-1897; Munroe, 1897-1903; M. C. 
Martin, 1903-1908; A. A. Hadden, 1908-1912; Mark R. Bell, 1912 to date. 
WHi Apr. 16, 1926 to date. 

1764. LADYSMITH NEWS (w) Mar. 11, 1905-1907. 

Merged with Weekly Budget. 

1765. RUSK COUNTY JOURNAL (w, sw) May 5, 1900-Jan. 
27, 1927. 

Title varies: Weekly Journal, 1900-Dec. 1901; Gates County Journal, Dec. 1901- 
Nov. 1905. 

Editors: Dell H. Richards, 1900-Aug. 1908; Philip S. Reed, Aug. 1908-May 1912; 
D. W. Maloney, Mar. 1912-Aug. 1920; R. W. and E. W. Richardson, Aug. 1920- 
1927. 

Merged with Ladysmith News-Budget. 
WHi complete. 

1766. RUSK COUNTY REPORTER (w) Sept. 5, 1935-Feb. 11, 
1949. 

Editors: Lee Martin and Alvin F. Johnson, 1935-Oct. 1936; Chester P. Burt, Oct. 
1936-1949. 

WHi complete. 

TONY 

1767. TONY ENTERPRISE (w) 1899-1912 [?]. 

Editors: C. E. McKee, 1899-1903; J. S. Starks, 1903-1906; R. W. Richardson, 1906- 
1912. 

1768. TONY TRIBUNE (w) 1917-1922 [?]. 

Editors: Nicholas J. Christman. 



WARNER 

(see Ladysmith) 

WEYERHAEUSER 

1769. WEYERHAEUSER NEWS (w) 1906-1908 [?] 
Editors: O. G. and Louis A. Briggs. 



228 



St. Croix County 



BALDWIN 

1770. BALDWIN BULLETIN (w) Nov. 11, 1873 to date. 
Title varies: Independent, Nov. 1879-Jan. 1881. 

Editors: Edward Borchert, 1873-Aug. 1874; Joseph H. Montefiore, Aug. 1874- 
June 1879; D. R. Bailey, June-Aug. 1879; H. A. Clapp, Sept.-Nov. 1879; Ira C. 
Edwards and P. J. Byrne, Nov. 1879-Apr. 1880; Byrne, Apr.-June 1880; W. D. 
Ackerman, June 1880-Jan. 1881; Bailey and Ferdinand Peachman, Jan. 1881-Dec. 
1882; Peachman, Dec. 1882-1891; Orestes K. Hawley, 1892-May 1923; William E. 
Hawley, May 1923 to date. 

WHi Jan. 7, 1874 to date. 

BALDWIN INDEPENDENT (1900-1901), see St. Croix 
Observer (Hudson). 

1771. ST. CROIX REFORMER (w) Jan.-Feb. 1876. 
Editors: W. S. Lauder. 

Merged with Hammond Independent. 



EMERALD 
1772. EMERALD REVIEW (w) 1921-1922 [?]. 

Editors: James A. Neill. 



GLENWOOD CITY 

1773. GLENWOOD CITY TRIBUNE (w) Dec. 3, 1889-Oct. 4, 
1956. 

Title varies: Glenwood Gleaner, 1889-July 1892; Glenwood Tribune, July 1892- 
Jan. 1912. 

Editors: Edward Huntington, 1889-1891; Charles J. Augustin, 1891-1893; Frank 
L. Perrin, 1893-1895; W. M. and J. E. Shirk, 1895-1898; A. R. and William 
Towner, 1898-1899; Charles J. Augustin, 1899-Aug. 1903; Fred Yates and Marion 
S. Hull, Sept. 1903-Nov. 1907; Charles J. Augustin, Nov. 1907-Oct. 1917; Allen B. 
Augustin, Nov. 1917-Apr. 1926; Charles J. Augustin, May 1926-1928; William G. 
Reque, 1929-Aug. 1934; Charles J. Augustin, Sept. 1934-Jan. 1938; Ross De Witt, 
Jan. 1938-Sept. 1940; Cornelius W. Lofgren, Sept. 1940-May 1947; Frank R. Neu, 
May 1947-Aug. 1952; Ross De Witt, Aug. 1952-1956. 

WHi Aug. 6, 1903-July 18, 1918; Jan. 20, 1921-Dec. 28, 1939; Jan. 1, 

1942-Oct. 4, 1956. 

229 



HAMMOND 

1774. HAMMOND INDEPENDENT (w) July 23, 1875-Oct. 
19, 1877. 

Editors: Samuel Beal, July-Dec. 1875; John MacMahon, Dec. 1875-Jan. 1876; 
MacMahon and W. S. Lauder, Feb.-Dec. 1876; MacMahon and James Ross, Jan- 
Oct. 1877. 

WHi complete. 

1775. HAMMOND INDEPENDENT (w) Dec. 1875-Jan. 1876. 
Editors: Samuel Beal. 

1776. HAMMOND NEWS (w) Aug. 17, 1894 to date. 

Editors: W. F. Bostian, 1894-May 1895; Frank W. Bixley, May-Oct. 1895; Charles 
E. Nelson, Oct. 1895-Mar. 1896; Clarence S. Dodge, Mar-May 1896; Charles S. 
Florance, May 1896-Apr. 1899; William H. Towner, May 1899-June 1902; F. N. 
Barry, July 1902-Oct. 1903; Jonathan Boothby, Oct. 1903-Aug. 1904; Barry, Sept. 
1904-Oct. 1905; F. E. Hartwig, Nov. 1905 to date. 
WHi complete. 

1777. HAMMOND REVIEW (w) 1886-1887 [?]. 
Editors: H. L. Frost. 



HUDSON 

1778. HUDSON BROADCASTER (bw) Feb. 15-Mar. 1, 1927. 
Editors: Warren R. Patten. 

WHi complete. 

HUDSON CHRONICLE, see Hudson City Times. 

1779. HUDSON DEMOCRAT (w) Oct. 1868-Dec. 30, 1874. 
Editors: O. F. Jones and C. D. Sibley, 1868-Jan. 1869; Jones, Jan. 1869-1874. 
Merged with True Republican. 

WHi Jan. 10, 1872-Dec. 30, 1874. 

HUDSON JOURNAL, see Hudson Republican. 
NORTH STAR, see Hudson Star-Observer. 
PATHFINDER, see Hudson City Times. 

1780. HUDSON REPUBLICAN (w) Aug. 4, 1853-Mar. 1855. 

Title varies: Hudson Journal, 1853-July 1854; St. Croix Republican, July-Aug. 
1854. 

Editors: U. B. Shaver, 1853-July 1854; James Hughes, Aug. 1854-1855. 
WHi Aug. 10, 1853-Aug. 3, 1854. 

1781. ST. CROIX COUNTY FORUM (w) Mar. 10, 1927-Mar. 
29, 1928. 

Editors: Gordon and Bonkrud, Mar -May 1927; Franklyn Curtiss- Wedge, June 
1927-1928. 

Merged with Hudson Star-Observer. 
WHi complete. 

230 



1782. ST. CROIX INQUIRER (w) Aug. 29, 1850-1851 [?]. 

Editors: C. Sexton and C. Johnson. 

1783. ST. CROIX OBSERVER (w) Aug. 1900-Feb. 1909. 

Title varies: Baldwin Independent, 1900-Mar. 1901. 
Editors: C. W. Henke, 1900-1903; L. B. Nagler, 1903-1909. 
Merged with Hudson Star-Times. 

ST. CROIX REPUBLICAN (1854), see Hudson Repub- 
lican. 

ST. CROIX REPUBLICAN (1869), see New Richmond 
News. 

SHIELD AND BANNER, see Hudson City Times. 

1784. HUDSON STAR-OBSERVER (w, sw) Nov. 30, 1854 to 
date. 

Title varies: North Star, 1854-Sept. 1864; Star and Times, Sept. 1864-May 1898; 
Hudson Star-Times, May 1898-Feb. 1909. 

Editors: Edmund R. Otis, 1854-June 1855; Otis and U. B. Shaver, June-Sept. 
1855; Shaver, Sept. 1855-July 1856; Edward Thwing, Aug.-Nov. 1856; Allan Daw- 
son, Dec. 1856-Apr. 1857; Otis Hoyt, June-Sept. 1857; S. A. Clewell and J. S. 
Elwell, Sept. 1857-Aug. 1860; Elwell and Sidney S. Starr, Aug. 1860-July 1862; 
Clewell and I. N. Van Slyke, Aug. 1862-Sept. 1864; Clewell and Horace A. Taylor, 
Sept. 1864-Nov. 1878; Taylor and Byron J. Price, Dec. 1878-1888; Price, 1889- 
Feb. 1905; W. E. Webster and Spencer Haven, Mar. 1905-Oct. 1907; F. T. Condit, 
Nov. 1907-Feb. 1909; L. B. Nagler, Feb. 1909-Sept. 1910; A. E. Roese, Sept. 1910- 
July 1912; Francis A. Van Meter and Frank H. Welch, July 1912-Nov. 1915; J. F. 
Shaw, Dec. 1915-Feb. 1917; Percy A. Roberts, Feb. 1917-Mar. 1928; Clarence J. 
Reiter, Apr. 1928-Aug. 1952; Willis H. Miller, Aug. 1952 to date. 
WHi Nov. 30, 1854-July 2, 1856; May 24, 1866 to date. 

1785. HUDSON CITY TIMES (w) Aug. 1856-Sept. 1864. 

Title varies: Shield and Banner, Aug.-Oct. 1856; Pathfinder, Oct.-Nov. 1856; 
Hudson Chronicle, Dec. 1856-July 1860. 
Editors: John S. Beal. 
Merged with North Star. 

1786. TRUE REPUBLICAN (w) Nov. 6, 1871-July 27, 1916. 
Editors: David C. Fulton, 1871-Mar. 1872; Fulton and George L. Sharretts, Mar. 
1872-1874; Sharretts and John E. Glover, 1875-Feb. 1876; Sharretts and George 
D. Cline, Feb. 1876-Dec. 1878; Cline, Dec. 1878-1916. 

WHi Jan. 3, 1872-July 27, 1916. 



NEW RICHMOND 

1787. NEW RICHMOND DEMOCRAT (w) Aug. 1878-Apr. 
11, 1881. 

Title varies: New Richmond Greenbacker, 1878-Sept. 1879. 
Editors: M. P. Stephens. 

WHi Feb. 7, 1879-Dec. 30, 1880. 

1788. NEW RICHMOND LEADER (w) 1914-1918 [?]. 
Editors: Thomas A. Ryan, 1914-1917; Grover F. Posz, 1917-1918. 

231 



1789. LEADER (w) Sept. 17, 1937-Apr. 26, 1951. 

Title varies: St. Croix County Leader, 1937-Mar. 1940. 

Editors: Grace P. Bloom, 1937-Dec. 1948; Frederick B. Leighton, Dec. 1948-Mav 
1950; James H. Sims, Jr., May 1950-1951. 
WHi complete. 

1790. NEW RICHMOND NEWS (w, sw) Aug. 14, 1869 to date. 
Published at Hudson: Aug.-Dec. 1869. 

Title varies: St. Croix Republican, 1869-June 1899, Republican-Voice, July 1899- 

1907. 

Editors: Abe C. Van Meter and Charles Seymour, 1869-Aug. 1872; Abe C. Van 

Meter, Aug. 1872-1898; Claude H. and Francis A. Van Meter, 1899-Dec. 1903; 

Claude H. Van Meter, Dec. 1903-1907; Francis A. Van Meter and Frank M. Welch, 

1908-1918; Francis A. Van Meter, 1918-1946; John A. Van Meter, 1946 to date. 

WHi Feb. 24-June 7, 1870; Jan. 24-May 5, 1874; Feb. 10, 1875-Sept. 

20, 1876; Feb. 26, 1879-Dec. 28, 1938; Jan. 5, 1940 to date. 

MnHi Aug. 14, 1869-Nov. 1870. 

1791. NEW RICHMOND NEWS (w) 1904-Dec. 1907. 

Editors: A. L. Evans. 

Merged with Republican-Voice. 

1792. NEWS OF THE WEEK (w) 1896-1897 [?]. 

Editors: A. F. Ingalls. 

REPUBLICAN-VOICE, see New Richmond News. 

ST. CROIX COUNTY LEADER, see Leader. 

ST. CROIX REPUBLICAN, see New Richmond News. 

1793. NEW RICHMOND TIMES (w) Jan. 12-Feb. 2, 1944. 
Editors: H. A. Lotz. 

WHi complete. 

1794. NEW RICHMOND TOWN CRIER (w) Nov. 21, 1946- 
June 10, 1948. 

Published by Doughboy Industries. 
WHi complete. 

1795. NEW RICHMOND VOICE (w) 1886-June 27, 1899. 
Editors: E. P. Huntington, 1886-1893; L. J. Adgate, 1893-1894; E. J. Scott, 1894- 
1899. 

Merged with St. Croix Republican. 

WHi Jan. 4, 1898-June 27, 1899. 



ROBERTS 
1796. ROBERTS REVIEW (w) 1903-1906 [?]. 

Editors: George and R. C. Andrus. 



SOMERSET 
1797. SOMERSET POST (w) 192 1-1924 [?] 

Editors: F. H. Parker. 

232 



1798. SOMERSET REVEILLE (w) Mar. 29, 1928-1942 [?] . 
Editors: R. S. Tucker, 1928-Jan. 1929; F. C. Letch, Jan. 1929-1934; Leo J. Murphy, 
1934-1939; Donald La Grandeur, 1939-1942. 



WILLOWRIVER 

(see Hudson) 



WILSON 

1799. WILSON PIONEER (w) Aug. 1875-1877. 

Editors: Joseph H. Montefiore and W. N. Vilas, 1875-1876; Montefiore, 1876-1877; 

Edward Murphy, 1877. 

WHi Jan. 15-Sept. 24, 1877. 



WOODVILLE 

1800. WOODVILLE LEADER (w) Jan. 1929 to date. 
Editors: Newton Little, 1929-1938; Arthur M. Best, 1939 to date. 

WHi Nov. 19, 1943 to date. 

1801. WOODVILLE TIMES (w) Nov. 20, 1913-Nov. 14, 1929. 
Editors: Charles Lowater. 

WHi complete. 



233 



Sauk County 



BARABOO 

1802. BARABOO BULLETIN (w) Dec. 23, 1879-Mar. 24, 1883. 
Title varies: Sauk County Republican, 1879-Oct. 1880; Wisconsin Prohibitionist 
and Baraboo Bulletin, June-July 1882. 

Editors: Walter Noyes and C. W. Dykins, 1879-Feb. 1880; C. W. and James Dylans, 
Feb.-Oct. 1880; H. C. Hansbrough and J. S. Briscoe, Oct. 1880-May 1882; S. W. 
Horner and W. J. McKay, June-July 1882; E. A. Carter, July-Nov. 1882; H. T. 
Haskins and H. T. Willey, Dec. 1882-1883. 
Merged with Ford's Sauk County Democrat. 
WHi Jan. 6, 1880-Dec. 22, 1882. 

FORDS SAUK COUNTY DEMOCRAT, see Sauk 

County Democrat. 

1803. INDEPENDENT (w) July 16, 1866-June 1869. 

Editors: D. K. Noyes, 1866-July 1867; Peter Richards and Julius C. Chandler, 

July-Oct. 1867; W. H. Canfield, Oct. 1867-Nov. 1868; Fred E. Everett, Nov. 1868- 

1869. 

Followed by Sauk County Herald. 

WHi July 16, 1867-Dec. 9, 1868. 

1804. BARABOO WEEKLY NEWS (w) May 1884 to date. 
WHi Feb. 7, 1906 to date. 

1805. BARABOO NEWS-REPUBLIC (d) June 4, 1894 to date. 
Title varies: Baraboo Daily News, 1894-Feb. 1929. 

Editors: J. F. Kartack, 1884-May 1894; H. E. Cole and A. D. Dorsett, May 1894- 
1906; Cole, 1907-Jan. 1910; Cole and H. K. Page, Jan. 1910-1928; Page, 1928 to 
date. 

WHi June 4, 1894-Dec. 30, 1905; Oct. 6, 1943 to date. 

1806. BARABOO REPUBLIC (w) Feb. 18, 1855-Sept. 6, 1923. 
WHi May 5, 1855-Sept. 6, 1923. 

1807. BARABOO DAILY REPUBLIC (d) 1892-Feb. 1929. 
Editors: D. K. Noyes, 1855-Oct. 1856; Henry A. Perkins and Ansel N. Kellogg, 
Oct. 1856-1859; Kellogg, 1860-May 1862; Charles E. Stuart and John W. Blake, 
June 1862-Aug. 1863; Blake, Aug. 1863-Apr. 1865; William Hill, Apr. 1865-Aug. 
1872; Joseph I. Weirich, Sept. 1872-Mar. 1874; Weirich and Edwin E. Woodman, 
Mar. 1874-1877; Woodman, 1878-Dec. 1879; Woodman and John H. Powers, Dec. 
1879-Oct. 1881; Powers, Oct. 1881-Apr. 1891; W. H. Bennett, Apr. 1891-Apr. 1892; 
Nicholas Smith, Apr. 1892-Apr. 1893; Powers and Joseph S. Briscoe, Apr.-Oct. 
1893; Powers, Oct. 1893-1895; Hood Bros., 1895-1929. 

Merged with Baraboo Daily News. 

1808. SAUK COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) June 25, 1850-Nov. 
1856. 

Title varies: Sauk County Standard, 1850-July 1855. 
Editors: James H. Wells and Victor E. Peck. 

234 



1809. SAUK COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Jan. 31, 1880-Dec. 
30, 1920. 

Title varies: Ford's Sauk County Democrat, May 1883-June 1886. 
Editors: Josiah G. Ford, 1880-June 1886; E. A. Runge, June 1886-July 1891; Runge 
and Edward L. Luckow, Aug. 1891-Feb. 1895; Luckow, Feb. 1895-June 1914; Louis 
Winnie and R. J. Osborne, June 1914-Mar. 1915; Osborne, Apr. 1915-1920. 
WHi Mar. 6, 1880-Dec. 30, 1920. 

1810. SAUK COUNTY HERALD (w) Jan. 6-July 1870. 
Editors: Julius C. Chandler. 

SAUK COUNTY REPUBLICAN, see Baraboo Bulletin. 

SAUK COUNTY STANDARD, see Sauk County Demo- 
crat. 

1811. BARABOO TIMES (w) 1888-1890 [?j . 
Editors: George L. Conklin. 

WISCONSIN PROHIBITIONIST AND BARABOO 
BULLETIN, see Baraboo Bulletin. 



LA VALLE 

1812. LA VALLE BOOSTER (w) Oct. 18, 1933-Mar. 16, 1934. 
Editors: Carl C. Webb. 

Merged with Wonewoc Reporter. 
WHi complete. 

1813. LA VALLE LEADER (w) 1905-1909 [?]. 
Editors: H. H. Dunn. 

1814. LA VALLE PLAINDEALER (w) 1885-1888 [?]. 
Editors: S. P. Barney, 1885-1886; C. T. Leonard, 1886-1887; Miller and Hawks, 

1887-1888. 

1815. LA VALLE SENTRY (w) Dec. 16, 1949-Dec. 19, 1950. 
Editors: Ralph Peterson. 

WHi complete. 

1816. LA VALLE TIMES (w) 1881-1883 [?]. 
Editors: H. C. Douglass, 1881-1882; H. T. Willey, 1882-1883. 

1817. LA VALLE WEEKLY (w) Apr. 24, 1940-Mar. 18, 1943; 
Aug. 24, 1945-Apr. 12, 1946. 

Editors: Carl C. Webb. 

WHi complete. 



LAKE DELTON 

1818. MIRROR LAKE ECHO (w) 1882-1883[?J. 

Editors: Levi H. Cook. 

235 



MERRIMAC 



1819. FARMERS' FORUM (w) 1894-1895 |?1 

Editors: G. A. Martin. 



NORTH FREEDOM 

1820. NORTH FREEDOM JOURNAL (w) 1903-June 1912. 
Editors: Joseph Seftenberg, 1903-1906; J. C. Jetter, 1906-1908; Seftenberg, 1908- 
1912. 

1821. NORTH FREEDOM LEADER (w) June 1912-1913. 

1822. NORTH FREEDOM PRESS (w) 1913-1936. 

Editors: Joseph Seftenberg. 



PLAIN 

1823. PLAIN CITIZEN (w) Feb. 15-Dec. 20, 1950. 
Editors: Ralph Peterson. 

WHi complete. 



PRAIRIE DU SAC 

1824. SAUK COUNTY NEWS (w) Oct. 21, 1876-Sept. 11, 1953. 

Editors: W. G. Ashton, 1876-Nov. 1877; S. W. Corwith, Nov. 1877-1884; Charles 

E. Whelan, 1885-June 1886; George L. Conklin, June 1886-1887; Fred W. Johns, 

1888-1892; G. A. Smith, 1892-1894; E. J. Browne, 1894-1899; Bert Giergerich. 

1899-1953. 

Merged with Sauk City Star. 

WHi Feb. 24, 1877-Aug. 13, 1889; Jan. 25, 1900-Dec. 18, 1902; Apr. 

16, 1903-Dec. 31, 1908; Jan. 5, 1911-Sept. 11, 1953. 



REEDSBURG 

1825. REEDSBURG FREE PRESS (sw, w) June 25, 1860-Sept. 
7, 1861; Mar. 22, 1872-Sept. 1, 1939. 

Editors: N. V. Chandler, 1860-July 1878; John W. Blake, July 1878-Mar. 1893; 
W. F. Hill, Mar. 1893-Nov. 1899; George J. Seamans, Dec. 1899-May 1938; Ina 
Seamans, May 1938-1939. 
Merged with Reedsburg Times. 
WHi complete. 

1826. REEDSBURG HERALD (w) Oct. 21, 1856-Feb. 1858. 
Editors: C. Lowman, 1856-1857; J. Mackey and E. G. Wheeler, Jan.-Feb. 1858. 

WHi Oct. 21, 1856-Jan. 23, 1858. 

1827. REEDSBURG OBSERVER (w) Mar. 11, 1881-1883 [?]. 
Editors: C. W. Ford and P. Byrne, 1881-1882; N. V. Chandler, 1882-1883. 

1828. SAUK COUNTY COURIER (w) Oct. 1876-1877 f?]. 
Editors: A. DeLacy Wood. 

236 



SAUK COUNTY HEROLD, see Herold und Volksfreund 

(La Crosse). 

1829. REEDSBURG TIMES-PRESS (w) 1888 to date. 
Title varies: Reedsburg Times, 1888-Sept. 1939. 

Editors: George L. Conklin, 1888-1891; Charles S. Smith, 1891-1895; B. J. Hager, 
1895-1900; T. C. Ninman, 1900-Nov. 1926; Max F. Ninman, Nov. 1926 to date. 
WHi Oct. 28, 1904-Sept. 8, 1916; Nov. 9, 1917 to date. 



ROCK SPRINGS 

1830. TOWNSMAN (w) Dec. 16, 1949-Dec. 19, 1950. 
Editors: Ralph Peterson. 

WHi complete. 



SAUK CITY 

1831. PIONEER PRESS (w) July 9, 1890-June 28, 1951. 

Title varies: Sauk City Presse, 1890-June 1897; Sauk City Pionier Presse, July 

1897-Sept. 1929. 

Editors: Charles F. Ninman, 1890-May 1904; Max H. Ninman, May 1904-Sept. 

1929; Elliott K. Hayes, Sept. 1929-June 1933; William H. Murray, July 1933-Aug. 

1936; Charles F. Ninman, Jr., Aug. 1936-Aug. 1950; Karl Ganzlin, Sept. 1950-1951. 

In German: 1890-Sept. 1929. 

Merged with Sauk County News (Prairie du Sac) . 

WHi July 9, 1890-June 11, 1904; June 21, 1906-June 20, 1912; June 8, 

1916-June 28, 1951. 

1832. PIONIER AM WISCONSIN (w) Sept. 1853-Oct. 1854; 
Apr. 1855-June 24, 1897. 

Editors: C. Duerr and L. Joachim, 1853-Oct. 1854; C. C. Kuntz, Apr. 1855-Apr. 

1857; Julius Kohn, Apr. 1857-Sept. 1858; L. Crusius and H. Kleinpell, Oct. 1858- 

Mar. 1878; Crusius and H. Muehlberg, Mar. 1878-1880; Kuntz, 1881-1897. 

In German. 

Merged with Sauk City Presse. 

WHi Jan. 14, 1865-June 24, 1897. 

1833. SAUK-PRAIRIE STAR (w) Oct. 22, 1952 to date. 

Title varies: Sauk City Star, 1952-Aug. 1953. 

Editors: Leroy Gore, 1952-Feb. 1955; Robert Anderson, Mar. 1955 to date. 
WHi complete. 



SPRING GREEN 

1834. DOLLAR TIMES (w) Nov. 28, 1877-May 4, 1880. 

Title varies: Inter-County Times, 1877-Sept. 1878. 
Editors: J. F. Morrow. 

WHi complete. 

1835. WEEKLY HOME NEWS (w) Oct. 14, 1881 to date. 
Title varies: Times, Oct. 1881; Spring Green News, Nov. 1881-Feb. 1884. 
Editors: J. A. Smith, 1881-Nov. 1882; P. W. Meehan, Nov. 1882-Nov. 1888; W. R. 
Purdy, Nov. 1888-1927; H. C. Purdy, 1927-Jan. 1939; Mrs. R. H. Purdy, Jan. 1939- 
July 1942; Carl Spalthoff, July 1942-1944; Vernon E. Hill, 1945 to date. 

WHi complete. 

237 



Sawyer County 



HAYWARD 

1836. HAYWARD ENTERPRISE (w) 1906-1908 [?]. 
Editors: J. H. Williams. 

1837. HAYWARD HUSTLER (w) 1890-1891. 

Editors: J. P. Cox. 

1838. HAYWARD JOURNAL-NEWS (w) Oct. 1889-June 1895. 
Title varies: Hayward Journal, 1889-May 1890. 

Editors: E. J. Scott, 1889-May 1890; Scott and Theodore Bunker, May 1890-June 
1894; Scott and H. C. Flagg, June 1894-1895. 
WHi May 30, 1890-Dec. 29, 1894. 

1839. NORTH WISCONSIN NEWS (w) Jan. 8, 1878-May 23, 
1890. 

Published at Clear Lake: 1878-June 1883. 

Editors: E. O. Johnson and E. P. Huntington, 1878-Apr. 1879; Johnson and Alex- 
ander Russell, Apr. 1879-1881; Johnson, 1882-1890. 
Merged with Hayward Journal. 
WHi complete. 

1840. HAYWARD REPUBLICAN (w) 1893-1914. 

Editors: J. H. Williams, 1893-1906; R. C. Pugh, 1906-1909; R. J. Hennessey, 1909- 

1914. 

Merged with Sawyer County Record. 

1841. SAWYER COUNTY RECORD (w) 1904 to date. 
Editors: A. C. Williams, 1904-1909; W. W. Rogers, 1909-1914; Oscar J. Nusser, 
1914-Feb. 1917; J. P. Williams, Mar. 1917-Oct. 1918; Frank J. Schweger, Nov. 
1918-June 1945; Harold Severson, June 1945-1948; Julien C. Gingras, 1949 to date. 

WHi Dec. 30, 1915-Dec. 26, 1940; Jan. 7, 1943 to date. 



OJIBWA 

1842. OJIBWA COURIER (w) 1909 to date. 

Editors: J. B. Spaulding, 1909-1931; Lyle Speed, 1931-1941; Melvin Dahl, 1941- 
1942; Frank T. Bro, 1942-1943; Harold Erickson, 1943-July 1948; Roy Martin, 
Aug. 1948 to date. 

WHi Nov. 18, 1943 to date. 



RADISSON 

1843. RADISSON COURIER (w) Nov. 1910-1921 [?]. 
Editors: H. C. LeBeau. 

WHi Apr. 26, 1918-Jan. 24, 1919. 

238 



STONE LAKE 

1844. STONE LAKE SUN (w) May 1916-1918. 
Editors: Wilfred R. Merwin. 



WINTER 

1845. SAWYER COUNTY GAZETTE (w) Mar. 8, 1908 to date. 
Editors: William H. and Thomas E. Noyes, 1908-1915; Thomas E. Noyes, 1915- 
Mar. 1949; Roy Martin, Mar. 1949 to date. 
WHi Feb. 17, 1916 to date. 



239 



Shawano County 



BIRNAMWOOD 

1846. BIRNAMWOOD NEWS (w) 1900 to date. 

Editors: S. K. Adams, 1900-1920; Mrs. S. K. Adams, 1920-Feb. 1927; Marcus M. 

Keller, Feb. 1927 to date. 

WHi Sept. 26, 1951 to date. 



BONDUEL 

1847. BONDUEL TIMES (w) Mar. 5, 1909 to date. 
Editors: Harry C. Van Vuren, 1909-Dec. 1943; Mrs. H. C. Van Vuren, Dec. 1943- 
Feb. 1946; Donald C. Van Vuren, Feb. 1946-Mar. 1950; Alvin E. Ericson, Mar. 
1950 to date. 

WHi complete. 



ELAND 

1848. COUNTY LINE JOURNAL (w) 1909-1912 [?]. 
Editors: John H. Wolehka. 

1849. ELAND TELEPHONE (w) 1906-1908 [?]. 
Editors: Ben E. Manning. 



GRESHAM 

1850. GRESHAM SPIRIT (w) 1909-1917 [?]. 
Editors: Elmer Byers, 1909-1913; J. E. Neumeier, 1913-1917. 



MATTOON 

1851. MATTOON HERALD (w) 1900-1906 [?]. 
Editors: J. H. Fitzgibbon, 1900-1904; Charles E. Soper, 1904-1906. 

1852. SHAWANO COUNTY PRESS (w) Nov. 6, 1919-Apr. 1, 
1920. 

Editors: N. F. Browning. 

WHi Nov. 13, 1919-Apr. 1, 1920. 

1853. MATTOON TIMES (w) 1905-1918 [?]. 

Editors: H. J. Pollard, 1905-1908; Russell J. Jouno, 1908-1911; G. A. Farrington, 
1911-1912; Clark S. Thomas, 1912-1918. 

240 



SHAWANO 

SHAWANO ADVOCATE-DISPATCH, see Shawano 
Evening Leader. 

1854. SHAWANO DISPATCH (w) Nov. 17, 1897-Dec. 29, 
1898. 

Editors: Louis C. and Charles F. Bold, 1897-Feb. 1898; Louis C. Bold and William 

M. Barnum, Feb.-Dec. 1898. 

Merged with Shawano County Advocate. 

1855. FREIE PRESSE (w) 1882-1883 [?]. 
Editors: August F. Klunder. 

In German. 

1856. SHAWANO EVENING LEADER (w, d) Dec. 8, 1881 to 
date. 

Title varies: Shawano County Advocate, 1881-Dec. 1898; Shawano Advocate- 
Dispatch, Dec. 1898-Feb. 1903; Shawano County Advocate, Feb. 1903-Jan. 1929; 
Leader- Advocate, Jan. 1929-Aug. 1934. 

Editors: August F. Klunder and C. R. Klebesadel, 1881-May 1882; Klebesadel, 
May 1882-Aug. 1884; K. M. Phillips, Aug. 1884-Nov. 1890; Otto O. Wiegand and 
F. L. Ames, Nov. 1890-July 1891; Wiegand, July 1891-Dec. 1898; Louis C. Bold 
and William M. Barnum, Dec. 1898-Feb. 1903; E. J. Scott, Feb. 1903-June 1927; 
Byron F. Heal, June 1927-Mar. 1940; J. P. Heal, Mar. 1940-June 1952; J. P. 
Donald, June 1952 to date. 

WHi Dec. 8, 1881-Dec. 1, 1898; Dec. 29, 1904-Aug. 16, 1934; Nov. 15, 

1943 to date. 

SHAWANO COUNTY DEMOKRAT, see Shawano 
County Wochenblatt. 

1857. SHAWANO COUNTY JOURNAL (w) July 23, 1859- 
Aug. 30, 1951. 

Suspended: Jan-Mar. 1861. 

Editors: John Wiley, 1859-May 1860; George B. Edmonds, May 1860-Jan. 1861; 
A. G. Rockwell and C. M. Upham, Mar. 1861-July 1868; Upham and Myron H. 
McCord, July 1868-Oct. 1871; Elias W. Stevens, Nov. 1871-Feb. 1872; McCord, 
Feb.-Nov. 1872; A. F. Worcester and A. D. Gorham, Nov. 1872-Jan. 1874; McCord, 
Jan.-Aug. 1874; H. M. Loomer, Aug. 1874-Feb. 1879; William M. Rogers and 
Angenette J. Peavy, Feb. 1879-Oct. 1881; Peavy, Oct. 1881-Oct. 1882; Joseph M. 
Rogers, Oct. 1882-Jan. 1883; D. Gorham, Jr., Jan. 1883-Nov. 1884; Rogers, Nov. 
1884-Apr. 1886; Gorham, Apr. 1886-1906; S. L. Perry, 1907-Nov. 1912; Milton R. 
Stanley, Nov. 1912-1935; Harold A. Meyer, 1936-1951. 

WHi July 30-Oct. 15, 1859; Mar. 9, 1865-July 26, 1888; Sept. 26, 1889- 

Dec. 29, 1898; Aug. 7, 1930-Aug. 30, 1951. 

1858. SHAWANO COUNTY LEADER (w) May 6, 1920- Jan. 
3, 1929. 

Editors: N. F. Browning, 1920-1922; R. L. Fairbrother, 1922-1929. 
Merged with Shawano County Advocate. 

WHi May 6, 1920-Dec. 16, 1926. 

1859. SHAWANO COUNTY WOCHENBLATT (w) Jan. 15, 
1885-June 7, 1901. 

Title varies: Shawano County Demokrat, 1885-1886. 
Editors: H. S. Grosser, 1885-1886; Louis C. Bold, 1886-1901. 
In German. 
Merged with Shawano Volksbote. 

241 



1860. SHAWANO TRANSCRIPT (w) 1893-May 1894. 
Editors: D. and J. R. Graham. 

Merged with Shawano County Journal. 

1861. SHAWANO VENTURE (w) Aug. 1858-July 1859. 
Editors: William C. Tompkins. 

Merged with Shawano County Journal. 

WHi Oct. 8, 1858-Jan. 21, 1859. 

1862. VOLKSBOTE-WOCHENBLATT (w) Jan. 1897-Jan. 3, 
1935. 

Title varies: Shawano Volksbote, 1897-June 1901. 

Editors: John C. Esser and Otto O. Wiegand, 1897-Dec. 1898; Esser, Dec. 1898- 

June 1900; Henry V. Eickholt, June-Sept. 1900; F. A. Jaeckel, Oct. 1900-Apr. 1904; 

James L. Alexander, Apr. 1904-1911; Arthur Mathwig, 1911-1935. 

In German. 

WHi Nov. 12, 1897-Jan. 3, 1935. 



TIGERTON 

1863. TIGERTON CHRONICLE (w) 1902-May 21, 1957. 
Editors: George Meacham, 1902-1906; E. O. Dent, 1906-1912; E. O. and H. R. 
Dent, 1912-1920; E. W. Cleveland, 1920-1933; Frederick Schweppe, Jr., 1933-1936; 
O. R. Weygand, 1936-1940; Lester W. Bowker, 1940-1957. 

WHi Nov. 19, 1943-May 21, 1957. 

1864. TIGERTON NEWS (w) 1896-1897 [?]. 
Editors: P. C. Pitkin. 



WITTENBERG 

1865. WITTENBERG ENTERPRISE (w) Nov. 16, 1893 to 
date. 

Editors: I. R. Nye, 1893-1908; John Englund and Edward A. Ketcham, 1908-July 
1910; Englund, July 1910-Sept. 1948; Luther Englund, Sept. 1948 to date. 

WHi Nov. 16, 1893-May 4, 1906; Nov. 17, 1907-Nov. 9, 1911; Nov. 21, 

1912 to date. 

1866. WITTENBERG HERALD (w) 1896-1898. 
Editors: William Homme. 

1867. WITTENBERG LEADER (w) May 17, 1892-Sept. 1893. 
Editors: Frank H. Brady. 

1868. WITTENBERG NIGHTINGALE (w) 1888-1889 [?]. 
Editors: E. A. King. 



242 



Sheboygan County 



CEDAR GROVE 

1869. CEDAR GROVE TRIBUNE (w) 1916-1918 [?] 
Editors: L. A. Posekany. 



GLENBEULAH 

1870. ELEVATOR (w) Oct. 4, 1865-1866 [?]. 

HOLLAND 
WARE BURGER, see under Waupun. 

PLYMOUTH 

1871. PLYMOUTH CORRESPONDENT (w) 1890-1893 [?]. 
Published by National Demokrat (Sheboygan) . 

In German. 

1872. NORDWESTLICHE POST (w) 1886-Jan. 1940. 
Editors: C. F. and H. F. Wandersleben. 

In German. 

1873. PLYMOUTH REPORTER (w) Oct. 8, 1872-Jan. 21, 
1927. 

Editors: C. D. Wells, 1872-July 1875; A. F. Warden, July 1875-1879; Warden and 
H. W. Hostman, 1879-Aug. 1890; Hostman and Otto Gaffron, Aug. 1890-Mar. 
1892; Gaffron, Apr. 1892-Oct. 1895; A. J. Strassburger, Oct. 1895-Mar. 1900; R. C. 
McUmber, Mar .-July 1900; John H. Matthews, Aug. 1900-Oct. 1901; E. J. Scott, 
Nov. 1901-Dec. 1904; Gus W. Schiereck, Dec. 1904-Aug. 1920; S. A. Mellen, Aug. 
1920-May 1923; C. F. Wehrwein, May 1923-Feb. 1925; G. A. Moormann, Feb. 
1925-1927. 

Merged with Plymouth Review. 
WHi complete. 

1874. PLYMOUTH REVIEW (w, sw) Nov. 6, 1895 to date. 
Title varies: Review-Herald-Reporter, 1927-1930. 

Editors: Carroll and Bowers, 1895-Aug. 1900; Otto Gaffron, Aug. 1900-1925; Mrs. 
Otto Gaffron, 1925-1926; Howard W. Quirt, 1926-Mar. 1928; John J. Hooper, Mar. 
1928-Apr. 1930; I. C. Kartack, Apr. 1930-Jan. 1932; Merrill C. Dionne and Chester 
P. Holway, Jan. 1932-May 1933; Ben L. Harper and Rex H. Burnham, June 1933- 
Mar. 1942; Harper, Mar. 1942-July 1947; Albert L. Petermann, July 1947-1952; 
C. Marshall Gabriel, 1953 to date. 
WHi complete. 

243 



1875. PLYMOUTH SENTINEL (w) 1868-1869 [?]. 

1876. PLYMOUTH SUN (w) 1 879-1882 [?]. 

Editors: L. K. Howe. 



RANDOM LAKE 

1877. RANDOM LAKE RECORD (w) 1895-1898 [?]. 
Editors: Record Pub. Co. 

1878. RANDOM LAKE RECORD (w) 1915-1918 [?]. 
Editors: Albert F. Hock. 

1879. RANDOM LAKE TIMES (w) May 1, 1918 to date. 
Editors: H. C. Scholler. 

WHi Nov. 25, 1943 to date. 



SHEBOYGAN 

1880. SHEBOYGAN AMERIKA (d, w) Feb. 21, 1903-1940. 
Editors: A. O. Heyer, 1903-1904; Oscar F. Huhn, 1904-July 1933; Walter Knippel, 
July 1933-1940. 

In German. 

WHi July 15, 1932-Jan. 4, 1936. 

WSh Feb. 21, 1903-Feb. 28, 1917; Jan. 2, 1924-Dec. 31, 1934. 

ICMILC Dec. 7, 1917-Jan. 30, 1936. 

1881. ARBEITER-ZEITUNG (w) 1908-1909 [?]. 
Published by Sheboygan Zeitung. 

In German. 

1882. WEEKLY CHRONICLE (w) Jan. 1853-Jan. 1854. 
Editors: Henry F. Eastman. 

Followed by Evergreen City Times. 

1883. SHEBOYGAN DEMOCRAT (w) July 1849-June 1851. 
Editors: Albert D. and Joshua La Due. 

Followed by Sheboygan Lake Journal. 

1884. DEMOCRATIC SECRETARY (w) Oct. 7, 1853-June 
1854. 

Editors: Jacob Quintus and C. E. Morris. 

EVERGREEN CITY TIMES, see Sheboygan Times. 

FREE PRESS, see Western Freeman (Fond du Lac). 

1885. SHEBOYGAN GAZETTE (w) Oct. 1845-1846 [?]. 
Editors: Thomas C. Horner. 

1886. SHEBOYGAN HERALD (w) Sept. 11, 1867-Jan. 10, 1927. 
Title varies: Sheboygan County Herald, 1867-Apr. 1871; Sheboygan Sun and 
Herald, Nov. 1882-1884. 

244 



Editors: Luther B. Noyes, 1867-1869; Noyes and J. L. Marsh, 1869-May 1870; J. 
L. and George Marsh, May 1870-May 1881; A. R. Marschner, May 1881-Nov. 1882; 
L. K. Howe, Nov. 1882-1906; A. O. Heyer, 1906-1916; Otto Gaffron, 1916-1927. 

WHi July 16, 1869-Nov. 24, 1871; Oct. 17, 1873-Oct. 26, 1882; Jan 2, 

1892-Jan. 10, 1927. 

WSh Sept. 11-Dec. 31, 1867; Jan. 1, 1878-Dec. 29, 1882; Mar. 6, 1885- 

Dec. 30, 1916. 

1887. SHEBOYGAN JOURNAL (w) July 10, 1851-Oct. 1868. 
Title varies: Sheboygan Lake Journal, 1851-June 1856. 

Editors: Flavius J. Mills, 1851-Dec. 1856; Mills and E. E. Sharpe, Dec. 1856-Dec. 
1858; Mills, Dec. 1858-July 1865; Sharpe, Aug. 1865-1868. 

WHi Jan. 26, 1853-July 13, 1865. 

WSh July 10, 1851-Jan. 27, 1860. 

1888. SHEBOYGAN JOURNAL (d) July 1886-1918 [?]. 
Title varies: Daily Review, 1893-1894. 

Editors: H. W. Bolens, 1886-1892; Stokes and Heyn, 1892-1893; G. F. Cook, 1893- 
1895; W. M. Root, 1895-1898; Root and Frank R. Daugherty, 1898-1903; Daugh- 
erty, 1903-1906; L. E. Reed, 1906-1918. 
WHi Sept. 14-Dec. 31, 1891. 

1889. LAKE SHORE ADVOCATE (w) Mar. 15, 1859-Feb. 
1860. 

Editors: Carl Zillier. 

WHi Sept. 7-Oct. 5, 1859. 
WSh Mar. 15-Oct. 12, 1859. 

1890. SHEBOYGAN MERCURY (w) Feb. 1847-Nov. 1852. 
Editors: J. M. and G. W. Gillett. 

Followed by Weekly Chronicle. 

WHi Feb. 24-Aug. 11, 1849. 
WSh Feb. 19, 1848-July 17, 1852. 

1891. NATIONAL DEMOKRAT (w, sw) Sept. 1857-July 14, 
1932. 

Editors: Carl Zillier, 1857-1889; Franz Gottsacker, 1889-1916; William Gottsacker, 

1916-Feb. 1927; Oscar F. Huhn, Feb. 1927-1932. 

In German. 

Merged with Sheboygan Amerika. 

WHi Aug. 31, 1901-July 14, 1932. 

WSh Feb. 16, 1861-Feb. 15, 1862; May 29, 1873-May 11, 1882; May 15, 

1884-June 9, 1898. 

1892. NIEUWSBODE (w) Oct. 16, 1849-May 8, 1861. 
Editors: Jacob Quintus, 1849-May 1859; August Pott, May 1859-1861. 
In Dutch. 

WHi Mar. 21, 1854-May 8, 1861. 
MiG Oct. 16, 1849-Jan. 19, 1858. 

1893. SHEBOYGAN PRESS (d) Dec. 17, 1907 to date. 
Title varies: Sheboygan Press-Telegram, Aug. 1921-1924. 

Editors: A. H. Friese, 1907-Feb. 1912; Roland R. Rathbone, Mar. 1912-Jan. 1913; 
Charles E. Broughton, Feb. 1913-1952; A. Matt Werner, 1952 to date. 
WHi complete. 

1894. SHEBOYGAN REPUBLIKANER (w) Oct. 1851-1857. 
Editors: Alfred Marschner. 

In German. 

Followed by National Demokrat. 

245 



DAILY REVIEW, see Sheboygan Journal (1886-1918). 

SHEBOYGAN COUNTY HERALD, see Sheboygan Her- 
ald. 

SHEBOYGAN COUNTY NEWS, see under Sheboygan 
Falls. 

SHEBOYGAN LAKE JOURNAL, see Sheboygan Journal. 

1895. SHEBOYGANDER (d) 1894-1895 [?]. 
Editors: Meggett Bros. 

1896. SPIRIT OF THE TIMES (w) May 1848-Apr. 1849. 
Editors: Frank L. Goodrich. 

Followed by Sheboygan Democrat. 

1897. SHEBOYGAN STAR (w) 1893-1911 [?]. 
Published by Sheboygan Journal. 

SHEBOYGAN SUN AND HERALD, see Sheboygan Her- 
ald. 

1898. SHEBOYGAN TELEGRAM (d) Sept. 6, 1887-Aug. 2, 
1921. 

Editors: Charles Ware, 1887-1903; Frank A. Zufelt, 1903-Jan. 1921; George C. 
Hille, Feb.-Aug. 1921. 
Merged with Sheboygan Press. 

WHi Jan. 2-Mar. 31, 1894; Apr. 29, 1897-Aug. 2, 1921. 

WSh Sept. 6, 1887-June 30, 1902; Jan. 2, 1917-Dec. 31, 1919. 

1899. SHEBOYGAN TIMES (w) Feb. 4, 1854-Oct. 22, 1898. 
Title varies: Evergreen City Times, 1854-Jan. 1869. 

Editors: Hector N. Ross. 
Merged with Sheboygan Herald. 

WHi Mar. 24, 1854-Oct. 22, 1898. 

WSh Feb. 24, 1854-Dec. 1862; Jan. 1865-Mar. 13, 1897. 

1900. TRIBUN (w) Aug. 14, 1874-Dec. 1881. 
Published at Fond du Lac: 1874-Apr. 1875. 

Editors: Alfred Marschner. 

In German. 

Merged with Sheboygan Zeitung. 

1901. SHEBOYGAN VOLKSBLATT (sw) 1893-1906 [?]. 
Editors: Oscar Loebel. 

In German. 

WHi Apr. 14, 1900-June 20, 1903. 

1902. SHEBOYGAN VOLKSFREUND (w) 1866-1867 [?]. 
In German. 

1903. SHEBOYGAN ZEITUNG (w) June 1860-Sept. 1872. 
Editors: August Pott. 

In German. 

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1904. SHEBOYGAN ZEITUNG (w, sw) June 1880-June 1927. 
Title varies: Zeitung und Tribun, 1882-1887. 

Editors: August W. Pott, 1880-Dec. 1904; Oscar F. Huhn, Dec. 1904-1927. 
Merged with National Demokrat. 

WHi Sept. 10, 1901-Apr. 29, 1927. 

WSh July 23, 1880-June 30, 1916. 



SHEBOYGAN FALLS 

1905. NORTHWESTERN RECORD (w) Mar.-Aug. 1867. 
Editors: S. D. Littlefield and J. A. Straub. 

1906. SHEBOYGAN COUNTY NEWS (w) 1876-Feb. 28, 1957. 
Published at Sheboygan: 1876-Apr. 1878. 

Editors: Flavius J. Mills, 1876-Sept. 1878; John E. Thomas, Sept. 1878-June 1883; 
John E. and William C. Thomas, June 1883-Jan. 1901; William C. Thomas, Feb. 
1901-1924; Robert A. and Lawrence E. Perry, 1925-Oct. 1930; Robert E. Perry, 
Oct. 1930-July 1933; R. E. Lindner, Aug. 1933-Apr. 1937; W. H. Haight, May 
1937-Mar. 1938; N. J. Hennen, Mar. 1938-1941; Fred Beisser, 1941-1957. 
WHi Jan. 29, 1879-Apr. 21, 1938; Oct. 21, 1943-Feb. 28, 1957. 



247 



Taylor County 



GILMAN 

1907. GILMAN HERALD (w) May 14, 1937 to date. 
Published by Boyd Transcript, 1937-1951. 

Published by Thorp Courier, 1951 to date. 
WHi Dec. 10, 1943 to date. 

1908. HOMECRAFTER (w) 1919-1 920 [?]. 
Editors: Jessie C. Brothers. 

1909. GILMAN TIMES (w) 1916-1919 [?]. 
Editors: Jessie C. Brothers. 



MEDFORD 

1910. MEDFORD DEMOCRAT (w) 1898-1911 [?]. 

Editors: John R. Shattuck, 1898-1899; Frank Markus, Jr., 1899-1909; Max Bach, 
1909-1911. 

1911. DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG (w) 1884-1889[?]. 

Editors: Wilhelm Ihne, 1884-1886; F. Perl and H. Matt, 1886-1888; Matt, 1888- 

1889. 

In German. 

1912. HERR VETTER (w) 1902-1903[?]. 

Published by Med ford Democrat. 
In German. 

1913. REFORM (w) June 1885-1886. 
Published by Waldbote. 

In German. 

1914. MEDFORD REPUBLICAN (w) 1898-1900. 
Editors: Claude W. Semmes. 

1915. MEDFORD SENTINEL (w) 1895-1900. 
Editors: J. A. Barager. 

1916. SENTINEL AND REPUBLICAN (w) 1900-1902 [?]. 
Editors: A. J. Barager. 

1917. STAR NEWS (w) Mar. 1876 to date. 

Title varies: Taylor County Star, 1876-1877; Taylor County Star and News, 1878- 

1944. 

Editors: G. L. Loope, Mar-May 1876; Edward Gordon and George M. Patchen, 

May-Dec. 1876; S. A. Corning, Dec. 1876-June 1877; E. B. Morley, June-Dec. 1877; 



248 






Morley and Singleton B. Hubbell, Dec. 1877-1878; Hubbell and Edgar T. Wheel- 
ock, 1878-Sept. 1879; Wheelock, Sept. 1879-Jan. 1895; Peter Danielson, Jan. 1895- 
Nov. 1901; J. H. Waggoner and J. E. Harris, Nov. 1901-Sept. 1902; Waggoner and 
W. S. Withers, Sept. 1902-Oct. 1904; Withers, Oct. 1904-June 1908; Arthur J. 
Latton, June 1908-1919; Latton and William H. Conrad, 1920-Mar. 1921; Conrad, 
Apr. 1921-Mar. 1951; Mrs. Virginia Amacher and Frank Hirsch, Mar. 1951 to date. 

WHi Feb. 16, 1878 to date. 

WMe Aug. 1916-Dec. 1933. 

1918. MEDFORD SUN (w) 1914-1918 [?]. 
Editors: W. G. Liebig, 1914-1916; P. J. Fauteck, 1916-1918. 

1919. TAYLOR COUNTY LEADER (w) Jan. 1, 1883-July 11, 
1929. 

Title varies: Waldbote, 1883-June 1919. 

Editors: Joseph Brucker, 1883-1890; Frank Markus, 1890-Nov. 1915; Otto Bau 

mann, Nov. 1915-May 1919; J. W. Wheelock and Olga Andresen, May 1919-1929. 

In German: 1883-June 1919. 

Merged with Taylor County Star and News. 

WHi Feb. 16, 1895-July 4, 1929. 

WMe July 20, 1916-Dec. 1928. 

1920. TAYLOR COUNTY NEWS (w) Mar. 31, 1875-Apr. 27, 
1881. 

Editors: John A. Ogden, 1875-Mar. 1877; Ogden and George M. Patchen, Mar- 
Sept. 1877; Ogden and Herman K. Pitcher, Sept.-Dec. 1877; G. W. Adams and 
Edgar T. Wheelock, Jan.-May 1878; T. B. McCourt, May 1878-1881. 
WHi Apr. 7, 1875-Apr. 27, 1881. 

TAYLOR COUNTY STAR, see Star News. 

WALDBOTE, see Taylor County Leader. 

1921. MEDFORD ZEITUNG (w) 1886-1887 [?]. 
Editors: Joseph Brucker. 

In German. 



RIB LAKE 

1922. RIB LAKE HERALD (w) Dec. 10, 1897-Feb. 2, 1945; 

Apr. 26, 1946 to date. 
Editors: J. J. Voemastek, 1897-Feb. 1940; L. L. Arnold, Feb. 1940-Feb. 1945; Floyd 
R. Nehls, Apr. 1946-Apr. 1949; Eugene R. Clifford, Apr. 1949 to date. 

WHi Nov. 12, 1943-Feb. 2, 1945; Apr. 26, 1946 to date. 



249 



Trempealeau County 



ARCADIA 

1923. ARCADIA ANZEIGER (w) Jan. 1899-Feb. 4, 1916. 
Editors: J. L. Utermoehl, 1899-1903; Emil Schulz, 1903-1916. 

In German. 

1924. ARCADIAN (w) May 23, 1895-Aug. 9, 1907. 

Editors: E. G. Farlin, 1895-Oct. 1897; S. G. Wheeler, Oct. 1897-May 1899; David 
J. Steevens, May 1899-1907. 
WHi complete. 

1925. ARCADIA LEADER (w) July 1, 1875-Nov. 29, 1877. 
Editors: C. E. Hollenbeck, 1875-Mar. 1877; Noah D. Comstock, Apr .-Nov. 1877. 
Merged with Trempealeau County Republican (Trempealeau) . 

WHi complete. 

ARCADIA LEADER (1890-1939), see Arcadia News- 
Leader. 

1926. ARCADIA NEWS (w) June 8-Oct. 26, 1939. 
Editors: Albert H. Gauger. 

Merged with Arcadia Leader. 

1927. ARCADIA NEWS-LEADER (w) Mar. 14, 1873 to date. 
Published at Trempealeau: 1873-1877. 

Title varies: Trempealeau County Republican, 1873-Dec. 1877; Republican and 
Leader, Dec. 1877-Jan. 1890; Arcadia Leader, Feb. 1890-Oct. 1939. 
Editors: Charles A. Leith, 1873-Nov. 1883; F. F. Morgan, Dec. 1883-Jan. 1887; 
Morgan and Truman F. Ball, Jan.-Mar. 1887; Ball, Mar. 1887-May 1888; George 
Z. Heuston, June-Dec. 1888; George and Leonard Mathys, Dec. 1888-Jan. 1890; 
George Mathys and John G. Faulds, Feb. 1890-July 1891; Faulds and A. J. Cowie, 
July 1891-1892; Faulds, 1893-Feb. 1894; P. J. and L. G. Barth, Feb. 1894-Apr. 
1896; P. J. Barth, Apr. 1896-Oct. 1902; John J. Maloney and Henry Theurer, Oct. 
1902-Jan. 1904; Albert Hess, Jan. 1904-Sept. 1939; William A. Ender, Sept.-Oct. 
1939; Albert H. Gauger, Nov. 1939-Sept. 1955; Gauger and H. J. Blaschko, Oct. 
1955 to date. 

WHi complete. 

1928. ARCADIA RECORD (w) Nov. 24, 1911-May 9, 1913. 
Editors: Milton Leininger. 

WHi complete. 

REPUBLICAN AND LEADER, see Arcadia News-Leader. 

1929. TREMPEALEAU COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) 1879- 
1880[?]. 

Editors: N. P. Tucker. 

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BLAIR 

1930. BLAIR BULLETIN (w) 1878-Apr. 1879. 
Merged with Independence Weekly News. 

1931. BLAIR PRESS (w) 1896 to date. 

Editors: W. A. Asmus, 1896-1898; S. E. Bersing, 1898-1903; E. F. Hensel and O. 
B. Borsheim, 1903-1906; A. T. Lokken, 1906-1912; Martin Amundson, 1912-1914; 
P. J. Fauteck, 1914-1915; H. C. Kirkpatrick, 1915-1941; M. A. Jensen, 1941-1953; 
Donald Huibregtse, 1954 to date. 
Publisher's files destroyed: 1896-1915. 
WHi Oct. 7, 1943 to date. 



ELEVA 

1932. ELEVA GAZETTE (w) July 14, 1921-Aug. 2, 1923. 
Editors: W. E. Clough. 

1933. ELEVA HERALD (w) Mar. 1914-1916 [?]. 
Editors: H. H. Scott. 

1934. ELEVA RECORDER (w) 1 890-1 895 [ ? ] . 
Editors: Edmund J. Browne, 1890-1894; H. E. Browne, 1894-1895. 



ETTRICK 

1935. ETTRICK ADVANCE (w) Oct. 3, 1919-Nov. 9, 1956. 
Editors: Elmer E. Gilbertson, 1919-Nov. 1920; Gilbertson and Arthur G. Soren- 
son, Nov. 1920-Mar. 1931; Sorenson, Mar. 1931-Oct. 1947; E. Lynn Finch, Oct. 
1947-Apr. 1952; Helmer L. Gilbertson, Apr. 1952-July 1954; Selmer S. Saeter, Aug. 
1954-May 1955; Donald Huibregtse, May 1955-1956. 
WHi Oct. 15, 1943-Nov. 9, 1956. 



GALESVILLE 

1936. GALESVILLE INDEPENDENT (w) Oct. 1874-1908. 
Editors: William M. Doty, 1874-Apr. 1877; Samuel S. Luce, Apr. 1877-May 1881; 
Samuel S. and W. S. Luce, May 1881-1889; Truman F. Ball, 1889-1890; H. L. 
Vandervort, 1890-1895; W. A. Tower, 1895-1898; Bunsen Bros., 1898-1905; R. E. 
Smith and C. C. Gwynne, 1905-1908. 

Merged with Galesville Republican. 

WHi Jan. 13, 1876-Feb. 10, 1887. 

1937. JOURNAL AND RECORD (w) May 6, 1870-Aug. 7, 
1874. 

Title varies: Galesville Journal, 1870-Jan. 1873. 

Editors: G. S. Luce and J. H. Powers, 1870-Jan. 1871; Luce and Julius C. Chan- 
dler, Jan.-Apr. 1871; G. S. and Samuel S. Luce, Apr. 1871-May 1872; G. S. Luce, 
May 1872-1874. 

Followed by Trempealeau County Messenger (Whitehall) . 
WHi complete. 

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1938. GALESVILLE REPUBLICAN (w) Sept. 30, 1897 to date. 
Editors: Bert A. Gipple, 1897-Sept. 1941; Ward J. Risvold, Oct. 1941-Feb. 1943; 
Hugh Ellison, Mar. 1943 to date. 

WHi Oct. 28, 1897-Aug. 20, 1908; Aug. 31, 1911-Aug. 15, 1918; Apr. 3, 

1919 to date. 

GALESVILLE TRANSCRIPT, see Trempealeau County 
Record (Trempealeau). 



INDEPENDENCE 

1939. INDEPENDENCE NEWS-WAVE (w) Mar. 9, 1878 to 
date. 

Title varies: Independence Weekly News, 1878-Apr. 1879, Apr. 1880-Mar. 1892; 
Weekly News-Bulletin, Apr. 1879-Apr. 1880. 

Editors: George E. Gilkey, 1878-Dec. 1879; W. R. Allison, Dec. 1879-Apr. 1880; 
H. I. Turnbull, Apr.-Aug. 1880; James R. and William B. Faulds, Aug. 1880-1887; 
George A. Markham, 1887-July 1909; Ada R. Markham, July 1909-1921; G. L. 
Kirkpatrick, 1921-June 1957; O. J. Evenson, July 1957 to date. 

WHi Mar. 9, 1878-Oct. 25, 1879; Apr. 2, 1892 to date. 

1940. WAVE (w) May 1888-Mar. 26, 1892. 

Editors: A. A. Mclntyre and George A. Markham, 1888-Apr. 1889; Markham and 
C. G. Simpson, Apr. 1889-Aug. 1891; Markham, Aug. 1891-1892. 
Merged with Independence Weekly News. 

WHi Mar. 23, 1889-Mar. 26, 1892. 



OSSEO 

1941. OSSEO BLADE (w) July 4, 1887-1894[?]. 

Editors: Daniel L. Camp, 1887-1888; William C. Thomas, 1888-1892; James D. 
Matheson, 1892-1894. 

1942. OSSEO ENTERPRISE (w) 1894-1895 [?]. 
Editors: Wallace H. Howard and Frank L. Clarke. 

1943. OSSEO-ELEVA JOURNAL (w) June 25, 1896-1897 [?]. 
Editors: E. G. Farlin. 

WHi June 25-Sept. 3, 1896. 

1944. OSSEO RECORDER (w) 1890-Aug. 25, 1914. 

Editors: Henry E. Browne, 1890-1898; W. S. Gilpin, 1898-1910; Harland E. 
Carpenter, 1910-1912; E. J. Matchett, 1912-1914. 

1945. TRI-COUNTY NEWS (w) May 3, 1912 to date. 

Title varies: Osseo News, 1912-Aug. 1933. 

Editors: William S. Gilpin, 1912-Aug. 1926; J. T. Quimby, Sept. 1926-Aug. 1933; 
Rex N. Fuller, Sept. 1933-1936; G. H. Koenig, 1936-Apr. 1938; J. H. Smith, May 
1938 to date. 

WHi complete. 

252 



TREMPEALEAU 

1946. FREE PRESS (w) 1878-1879 [?]. 

Editors: S. S. Tucker. 

1947. TREMPEALEAU GAZETTE (w) Oct. 5, 1890-1910. 
Editors: Clarence S. Utter, 1890-June 1903; Bohen, June 1903-1909; F. J. Pearson, 
1909-1910. 

WHi July 17, 1903-Aug. 20, 1909. 

1948. TREMPEALEAU HERALD (w) Dec. 1885-Apr. 30, 1920. 
Editors: Jacob Tenney, 1885-1887; C. V. Stewart, 1887-1889; E. N. Goodhue, 1889- 
1896; Alletta D. Goodhue, 1896-1920. 

WHi Feb. 8, 1895-Apr. 30, 1920. 

1949. TREMPEALEAU PIONEER (w) Oct. 1858-1859 [?] . 

Editors: Joseph K. Averill. 

1950. TREMPEALEAU REPRESENTATIVE (w) July 29, 
1859-1861. 

Editors: Francis W. Newland. 

WHi July 29, 1859-Dec. 28, 1860. 

1951. TREMPEALEAU COUNTY GRAPHIC (w) Apr. 26, 

1883-1884[?]. 
Editors: Clarence S. Utter. 

1952. TREMPEALEAU COUNTY RECORD (w) Mar. 16, 

1860-Jan. 1873. 
Title varies: Galesville Transcript, 1860-Nov. 1867. 

Editors: Samuel S. Luce, 1860-Oct. 1865; Charles A. Leith and H. R. Gale, Oct. 
1865-Nov. 1867; Leith and A. F. Booth, Nov. 1867-July 1869; Booth, Aug. 1869- 
1873. 
Merged with Galesville Journal. 

WHi Mar. 16, 1860-Sept. 17, 1869. 

TREMPEALEAU COUNTY REPUBLICAN, see Arca- 
dia News-Leader. 

1953. TREMPEALEAU COUNTY SENTINEL (w) Apr. 26, 

1883-1884[?1. 

Editors: F. Kribs. 

1954. TREMPEALEAU TRIBUNE (w) 1902-1904. 

Editors: Clarence S. Utter. 



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WHITEHALL 
1955. WHITEHALL TIMES (w) Aug. 14, 1874 to date. 

Title varies: Trempealeau County Messenger, 1874-Jan. 1880; Whitehall Times- 
Banner, 1916-Jan. 1924. 

Editors: Bert E. Clarke, 1874-June 1875; Daniel Camp, June 1875-Sept. 1876; 
George A. Edes, Sept. 1876-July 1878; E. B. Waggoner, July 1878-Sept. 1879; B. F. 
Wing, Sept. 1879-Jan. 1880; Fred E. Beach, Jan.-Nov. 1880; Fred E. and J. B. 
Beach, Dec. 1880-1885; J. B. Beach, 1885-1921; Fred E. Beach, Jr., 1921-Mar. 1923; 
Beach and Scott B. Nichols, Apr. 1923-May 1929; Nichols, May 1929-Oct. 1952; 
Robert O. Gauger, Oct. 1952 to date. 

WHi Jan. 12, 1876-Aug. 17, 1882; July 26, 1883-Sept. 4, 1884; Sept. 22, 

1921-Dec. 31, 1939; Jan. 1, 1942 to date. 



254 



Vernon County 



COON VALLEY 

1956. COON VALLEY HERALD (w) 1910-1916 [?] . 

Editors: A. J. Ferguson, 1910-1913; Arthur Skar, 1913-1916. 

1957. COON VALLEY JOURNAL (w) 1921-1922 [?]. 
Editors: Julius T. Hage. 

1958. COON VALLEY NEWS (w) 1905-1918 f?]. 

Editors: W. M. Kommerstad, 1905-1909; H. A. Owen, 1909-1916; O. O. Kjome, 
1916-1918. 



DE SOTO 

1959. BI-COUNTY ARGUS (w) Dec. 4, 1902-1939. 
Title varies: De Soto Argus, 1902- PI- 

Editors: O. Byron Cooper, 1902-1917; Louis E. Williams, 1917-1919; Edmund 

Buehler, 1919-1923; M. H. Galer, 1923-1926; L. W. Jensen, 1926-1929; Buehler, 

1930-1939. 

Publisher's files destroyed. 

1960. DE SOTO CHRONICLE (w) June 12, 1886-Aug. 16, 
1889. 

Editors: Clemence A. Comstock and Elmer Dunlap, June-July 1886; Fred Z. 
Alexander, July 1886-Oct. 1888; Daniel J. Kalhar, Oct. 1888-Mar. 1889; Frank A. 
Carr, Mar .-Aug. 1889. 

WHi complete. 

1961. DE SOTO ENTERPRISE (w) 1877-1878. 

Editors: B. F. McKay. 

1962. DE SOTO HERALD (w) 1895-1900 [?]. 

Editors: F. W. Gluck, 1895-1898; J. F. and I. E. Cooley, 1898-1899; G. L. Miller, 

1899-1900. 

1963. DE SOTO REPUBLICAN (w) Dec. 15, 1870-1880[?]. 
Editors: T. C. Medary, 1870-1878; George C. Burdick, 1878-1879; G. L. Miller, 

1879-1880. 

WHi Dec. 15 ; 1870-Jan. 18, 1872. 

1964. VERNON COUNTY LEADER (w) Apr. 1872-Apr. 8, 
1876. 

Title varies: De Soto Leader, 1872-June 1875. 

Editors: Byron J. Castle and C. L. Ingersoll, 1872-1873; Castle, 1873-Sept. 1875; 

Castle and Parker, Sept. 1875-1876. 

WHi Feb. 13, 1875-Apr. 8, 1876. 

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HILLSBORO 

1965. HILLSBORO ENTERPRISE (w) Mar. 13-June 13, 1902. 
Editors: W. O. Shear. 

Merged with Hillsboro Sentry. 

1966. HILLSBORO SENTRY-ENTERPRISE (w) Feb. 1885 to 
date. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Sentry, 1885-1896; Hillsboro Sentry, 1896-June 1902. 
Editors: Charles W. Heath, 1885-1891; Charles H. Dunn, 1891-July 1896; Wesley 
W. Shear, July 1896-Aug. 1899; M. V. Frazier, Aug. 1899-Julv 1902; W. O. Shear, 
July 1902-1932; W. O. and Edwin W. Shear, 1932 to date. 

WHi Mar. 12, 1895-Mar. 30, 1900; Jan. 3, 1929 to date. 



LA FARGE 

1967. LAFARGE ENTERPRISE (w) Jan. 7, 1898 to date. 
Editors: W. J. Robinson, 1898-July 1901; Bennett R. Moyle, Aug. 1901-May 1905; 
A. B. Fetty, June 1905-Jan. 1908; Percy S. Sanford, Feb. 1908-Feb. 1914; M. N. 
Perkins, Mar. 1914-1920; F. J. Broadbent, 1921-Feb. 1922; J. E. Rockhill, Mar. 
1922-Apr. 1936; Carl Spalthoff, May 1936-July 1937; Clara Spalthoff, July 1937- 
Sept. 1938; John E. Herman, Sept. 1938-June 1940; Arnott S. Widstrand, July 
1940-1948; Arnott S. Widstrand, Jr., 1949 to date. 
WHi complete. 



ONTARIO 

1968. ONTARIO HEADLIGHT (w) 191 1-1914 [?] . 

Editors: P. J. Fauteck. 

1969. ONTARIO OBSERVER (w) 1900-1903 [?]. 
Editors: W. J. Robinson. 

1970. ONTARIO SENTINEL (w) 1891-1895 f?]. 
Editors: D. W. Kutchin, 1891-1893; Charles H. Dunn, 1893-1895. 

1971. ONTARIO SUNRISE (w) 1867-1868. 
Editors: Milton F. Satterlee. 



READSTOWN 

1972. READSTOWN HERALD (w) 1897-1906 [?]. 
Editors: Maiben and Hutchinson. 

1973. READSTOWN TRIBUNE (w) 1906-1907 [?] 
Editors: M. V. Frazier. 



STODDARD 
1974. STODDARD BUGLE (w) 1899-1902 [?]. 

Editors: James Blaha. 

256 



1975. STODDARD TIMES (w) 1905-1918 [?] 
Editors: Charles G. Dudley. 



VIROQUA 

1976. VIROQUA EXPOSITOR (w) Aug. 28, 1858-May 9, 1863. 
Editors: O. C. Jesse and Justus Smith. 

Merged with Northwestern Times. 

WHi Jan. 15-Dec. 24, 1859; Jan. 5, 1861-Jan. 11, 1862; Aug. 30, 1862- 
Apr. 18, 1863. 

NORTHWESTERN TIMES, see Vernon County Censor. 

1977. VIROQUA REPUBLICAN (w) Aug. 7, 1894-Mar. 2, 
1911. 

Editors: M. L. Snodgrass and Fred E. Hart, 1894-July 1895; Hart and E. H. 
Briggs, July 1895-Apr. 1896; Briggs, Apr. 1896-Jan. 1903; W. J. Robinson, Jan. 
1903-Feb. 1904; Glen P. Wood, Feb.-Oct. 1904; I. S. Griffin, Oct. 1904-Dec. 1906; 
Harry Bailey, Dec. 1906-1911. 
WHi complete. 

1978. VERNON COUNTY BROADCASTER (w) 1931 to date. 
Editors: R. L. Graves. 

WHi Apr. 13, 1933 to date. 

1979. VERNON COUNTY CENSOR (w) June 7, 1856-Nov. 3, 
1955. 

Title varies: Western Times, 1856-1857; Northwestern Times, 1858-Aug. 1865. 
Editors: Joseph A. Somerby, 1856-Dec. 1859; Somerby and R. C. Bierce, Dec. 1859- 
Sept. 1861; Somerby, Sept. 1861-Aug. 1865; Daniel V. Priest and William Nelson, 
Aug. 1865-May 1869; Nelson, May 1869-Jan. 1874; Henry Casson, Jr., Jan. 1874- 
Oct. 1885; Oliver G. Munson, Oct. 1885-1920; Harlow E. Goldsmith, 1920-1950; 
George A. Hough, 1950-1955. 
Merged with Vernon County Broadcaster. 

WHi complete. 

WVi June 7, 1856-Dec. 1866. 

1980. VERNON COUNTY HERALD (w) 1878-1882 [?]. 
Editors: Jacob Tenney, 1878-1879; D. A. Moody, 1879-1881; I. W. Gill, 1881-1882. 

1981. VERNON COUNTY LEADER (w) Aug. 20, 1880-1923. 
Editors: D. W. Wilson, 1880-1885; F. H. Graves, 1886-1921; H. Y. Buchanan, 1921- 
1923. 

WHi Aug. 15, 1884-July 19, 1889; Jan. 11, 1918-July 18, 1919. 

1982. VIDETTE (w) 1875-1876 f?]. 
Editors: Hartwell and Allen. 

WESTERN TIMES, see Vernon County Censor. 



WESTBY 

1983. WESTBY TIMES (w) 1900 to date. 

Editors: F. R. Haines, 1900-1903; F. C. Bunn, 1903-1909; H. A. Owen, 1909-1911 
J. W. Haughton and Julius T. Hage, 1911-1916; Hage, 1916 to date. 
WHi Dec. 8, 1943 to date. 

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Vilas County 



EAGLE RIVER 
EAGLE RIVER DEMOCRAT, see Vilas County News. 

1984. EAGLE RIVER REVIEW (w) 1887-June 23, 1927. 
Editors: O. B. Moon, 1887-1906; O. E. Bowen, 1906-1916; Charles Richards, 1916- 
1917; Verne Richards, 1918-Feb. 1927; Walter Gander, Jr., Feb.-June 1927. 
Merged with Vilas County News. 

WHi Jan. 28, 1916-June 23, 1927. 

1985. VILAS COUNTY NEWS (w) Apr. 22, 1893-June 23, 1927. 
Title varies: Eagle River Democrat, 1893-Aug. 1896. 

Editors: James R. Howe, Apr -Sept. 1893; G. W. Small and H. B. Carpenter, Sept. 
1893-Feb. 1894; Carpenter, Feb.-June 1894; R. G. Sherwood, June 1894-Jan. 1895; 
C. F. Coleman, Jan. 1895-Oct. 1897; D. E. Riordan, Oct. 1897-May 1901; O. E. 
Bowen, May 1901-1904; Frank A. Murphy, 1905-1908; D. C. Menefee, 1908-1926; 
Ernest A. Stewart, 1926-1927. 
Merged with Eagle River Review. 

WHi Apr. 22, 1893-Dec. 25, 1905. 

1986. VILAS COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW (w) June 30, 1927 to 
date. 

Editors: Walter Gander, Jr. and C. F. Fredrichs, 1927-July 1938; Joyce Larkin, 
July 1938-May 1952; Dan and Robert Satran, May 1952 to date. 
WHi complete. 

1987. VILAS REPUBLICAN (w) 1897-1899[?]. 
Editors: Frank Steiner. 

EAGLE RIVER VINDICATOR, see Rhinelander News. 



258 



Walworth County 



DARIEN 

1988. DARIEN BANNER (w) 1883-1884 [?]. 
Editors: Wilbur G. Weeks. 

1989. DARIEN DISPATCH (w) 1897-1902 [?]. 
Editors: Leroy Willoughby, 1897-1898; Charles F. Dixon, 1898-1902. 

1990. DARIEN NEWS (w) Aug. 3, 1858-1859. 

Editors: John Hotchkiss and O. H. Gilbert, Aug -Dec. 1858; Hotchkiss and Frank 
Leland, Dec. 1858-1859. 



DELAVAN 

1991. DELAVAN BADGER (sw) Dec. 1900-1901. 
Editors: E. S. Sprague. 

1992. DELAVAN ENTERPRISE (w) Mar. 1878 to date. 
Title varies: Delavan Tribune, Mar -Aug. 1878. 

Editors: Frank P. Howard, Mar -Aug. 1878; Clarence R. and E. W. Conable, Aug. 
1878-June 1880; E. W. Conable, June 1880-May 1883; H. T. Sharp, May 1883- 
Sept. 1893; Grant D. Harrington, Sept. 1893-Apr. 1898; F. M. Stevens, Apr. 1898- 
Aug. 1900; E. J. Scott, Aug. 1900-Nov. 1901; W. C. Dean, Dec. 1901-Mar. 1903; 
Dean and W. T. Passage, Apr. 1903-Mar. 1907; Passage, Mar. 1907-Mar. 1915; G. 
S. Easton, Mar.-Dec. 1915; H. S. Saylor, Dec. 1915-Sept. 1933; A. L. Saylor, Sept. 
1933-May 1936; Chester Dorschner, June 1936-May 1952; Robert F. Rogan, May 
1952-Nov. 1955; Albert L. Petermann, Dec. 1955 to date. 

WHi Aug. 15, 1878-May 26, 1938; Jan. 5, 1939 to date. 

1993. NORTHRON (w) Aug. 27, 1856-May 1860. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Messenger, 1856-Feb. 1857; Delavan Messenger, Feb. 1857- 

Mar. 1858. 

Editors: Joseph Baker and William M. Doty, 1856-Apr. 1857; Baker and J. W. 

Lawton, Apr. 1857-Mar. 1858; Lawton and Henry L. Devereux, Mar. 1858-1859; 

Lawton, 1859-1860. 

Followed by Walworth County Journal. 

WHi Aug. 27, 1856-June 3, 1857. 

1994. DELAVAN PATRIOT (w) Dec. 1861-1864. 
Editors: E. G. Wheeler, 1861-Sept. 1863; John Hotchkiss, Sept. 1863-1864. 
Merged with Delavan Republican. 

1995. DELAVAN REPORTER (w) 1889-1890 [?]. 
Editors: William Wright. 

1996. DELAVAN REPUBLICAN (w) Sept. 25, 1863 to date. 

Title varies: Republican and Patriot, 1864- [?]. 

Editors: J. W. Lawton, 1863-Oct. 1867; N. D. Wright, Oct. 1867-Sept. 1874; Frank 

259 



Leland, Sept. 1874-Apr. 1875; G. B. Tallman, Apr. 1875-Mar. 1881; Wilbur G. 
Weeks, Mar. 1881-July 1908; Maurice Morrissey, Oct. 1909-Nov. 1924; Edward 
Morrissey, Nov. 1924-July 1956; Katharine Morrissey, July 1956 to date. 
WHi Apr. 23, 1868 to date. 

DELAVAN TRIBUNE, see Delavan Enterprise. 

1997. WALWORTH COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Jan. 7, 1888- 
1889[?]. 

Editors: Milton A. Brown. 

1998. WALWORTH COUNTY JOURNAL (w) Nov. 1852- 
1853 [?]. 

Editors: J. C. Bunner. 

1999. WALWORTH COUNTY JOURNAL (w) May-Oct. 

1860. 
Editors: L. T. Guernsey. 

WISCONSIN MESSENGER, see Northron. 



EAST TROY 

2000. EAST TROY GAZETTE (w) Aug. 1879-1883. 

Editors: F. D. Craig, 1879-July 1880; C. A. Cook and H. W. Metcalf, July 1880- 
June 1881; Craig, June 1881-May 1882; William Habernicht, May 1882-1883. 
WHi Jan. 21, 1880-Aug. 9, 1882. 

2001. EAST TROY NEWS (w) Feb. 1, 1893 to date. 

Editors: S. K. Adams, 1893-May 1896; O. R. Kurzrok, May 1896-Oct. 1944; Glenn 
A. Kurzrok, Oct. 1944-May 1951; Floyd W. Zimmerman, June 1951 to date. 
WHi Sept. 2, 1931 to date. 

2002. EAST TROY STAR (w) 1886-1887 [?]. 
Editors: Myron E. Keats and Wilbur G. Weeks. 



ELKHORN 

2003. ELKHORN BLADE (w) Apr. 17, 1891-Nov. 28, 1905. 
Editors: Charles E. Badger, 1891-Sept. 1892; Badger and Curtis, Sept-Dec. 1892; 
Badger and Henry H. Tubbs, Dec. 1892-Nov. 1896; Tubbs, Dec. 1896-Feb. 1899; 
Albert E. Pauley, Feb. 1899-Jan. 1900; W. C. Taylor, Jan. 1900-Jan. 1901; L. R. 
Willoughby, Jan.-May 1901; Tubbs, May 1901-Aug. 1905; Levi K. Alden, Sept.- 
Nov. 1905. 

WHi complete. 

2004. CONSERVATOR (w) June 28, 1859-1860 [?] . 
Editors: O. Preston. 

2005. ELKHORN INDEPENDENT (w) May 1854 to date. 

Title varies: Walworth County Independent, 1854-1855, June 1868-Feb. 1892. 
Editors: Edgar J. Farnum, 1854-May 1855; James Densmore, June 1855-1856; 
Densmore and John Hotchkiss, 1856-June 1857; Hotchkiss and Frank Leland, 
June 1857-Feb. 1861; Leland, Mar. 1861-July 1874; John D. Devor, July 1874- 

260 



Feb. 1878; J. W. Sankey, Feb. 1878-June 1879; M. T. Park, June 1879-Apr. 1882; 
S. S. Rockwood, Apr. 1882-Apr. 1883; Park and Eugene Kenney, Apr. 1883-May 
1899; Park and Francis H. Eames, May 1899-Mar. 1904; Eames and J. H. Snyder, 
Mar. 1904-Apr. 1913; Francis H. Eames, Apr. 1913-Sept. 1918; Claude F. Eames, 
Sept. 1918 to date. 

WHi June 1, 1855-May 23, 1856; June 19, 1857-Dec. 16, 1875; Feb. 23, 

1882 to date. 

WEI Jan. 1927 to date. 

2006. ELKHORN LIBERAL (w) Oct. 18, 1873-Jan. 7, 1876. 
Title varies: Walworth County Liberal, 1873-July 1875. 

Editors: Isaac B. Bickford, Oct.-Dec. 1873; Albert C. Beckwith and Eugene Ken- 
ney, Dec. 1873-July 1875; Albert C. and E. S. Beckwith, July 1875-1876. 
WHi Dec. 20, 1873-Jan. 7, 1876. 

2007. WALWORTH COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) May 26, 

1847-1849. 
Editors: E. A. Cooley, 1847-1848; Cooley and Cowdrey, 1848-1849. 

WALWORTH COUNTY INDEPENDENT, see Elkhorn 
Independent. 

WALWORTH COUNTY LIBERAL, see Elkhorn Lib- 
eral. 

2008. WALWORTH COUNTY REPORTER (w) Aug. 8, 
1845-Nov. 1856. 

Title varies: Western Star, 1845-Mar. 1853. 

Editors: George Gale and Francis A. Utter, 1845-1846; Francis A. Utter, 1846- 
Sept. 1849; Charles Utter, Sept. 1849-1851; E. R. and Francis A. Utter, 1851-1856. 
Merged with Elkhorn Independent. 

WHi Mar. 30, 1849-Mar. 15, 1850. 

2009. WALWORTH COUNTY TRIBUNE (w) 1906-1908 [?]. 
Editors: W. J. Miller and J. P. Blanck. 

WESTERN STAR, see Walworth County Reporter. 



GENOA CITY 

GENOA CITY BROADCASTER, see Lake Geneva 
Broadcaster. 

2010. GENOA JUNCTION COURIER (w) 1914-1916 [?]. 
Editors: Foster and Kimball. 

2011. GENOA JUNCTION GAZETTE (w) 1916-1918 [?]. 
Published at Richmond, 111. 

2012. GENOA JUNCTION JOURNAL (w) Dec. 1890-Sept. 
4, 1895. 

Editors: Luther G. Riggs, 1890-1894; E. L. Spence, 1894-1895. 
Merged with Lake Geneva News. 

WHi Feb. 22-Sept. 4, 1895. 

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2013. GENOA JUNCTION TIMES (w) 1900-1912 [? J. 
Editors: Charles F. Dixon, 1900-1906; C. A. Swenson, 1906-1909; Ben Davenport, 
1909-1912. 

2014. GENOA CITY MARQUEE (w) Dec. 1948-Oct. 13, 1955. 
Editors: June McDonald, 1948-1954; Albert H. Hagerty, 1954-1955. 

WHi Oct. 15, 1953-Oct. 13, 1955. 



GENEVA LAKE 

(see Lake Geneva) 



LAKE GENEVA 

2015. LAKE GENEVA BROADCASTER (w) 1924-Apr. 18, 
1957. 

Title varies: Genoa City Broadcaster, 1924-May 1954. 

Editors: H. B. Gaston and H. N. Marsh, 1924-1930; Albert L. Johnson, 1930-Aug. 

1949; Albert H. Hagerty, Aug. 1949-1957. 

WHi Jan. 20, 1944-Apr. 18, 1957. 

2016. LAKE GENEVA CISCO (w) June 1879-Sept. 1894. 
Published during summer months by Lake Geneva Herald. 

2017. GENEVA WEEKLY EXPRESS (w) Sept. 22, 1855-Apr. 
25, 1857. 

Editors: Alonzo L. and Edgar J. Farnum, 1855-Mar. 1856; Frank Leland and 
George S. Utter, Mar. 1856-1857. 
Merged with Elkhorn Independent. 

WHi Oct. 20, 1855-Aug. 9, 1856. 

GENEVA LAKE HERALD, see Lake Geneva Herald. 

2018. GENEVA LAKE MIRROR (w) Feb. 1, 1860-Mar. 1861. 
Editors: George S. Utter and J. T. Wentworth. 

WHi Feb. 9, 1860-Feb. 14, 1861. 

2019. GENEVAN (w) June 3, 1858-1859. 
Editors: J. W. Lawton and H. L. Devereux. 

2020. LAKE GENEVA HERALD (w) Apr. 20, 1872-Apr. 11, 
1919. 

Title varies: Geneva Lake Herald, 1872-May 1879. 

Editors: John E. Burton and George S. Utter, 1872-1873; Burton, 1873-Dec. 1875; 

Burton and A. D. Waterbury, Dec. 1875-Apr. 1876; Waterbury and James E. Heg, 

Apr. 1876-Nov. 1877; Heg, Nov. 1877-Sept. 1878; Heg and John E. Nethercut, Sept. 

1878-July 1895; Nethercut, July 1895-1919. 

Merged with Lake Geneva News-Tribune. 

WHi Jan. 10, 1874-Apr. 11, 1919. 

2021. HERALD (w) Aug. 5-Nov. 7, 1941. 
Editors: Charles G. Lind and B. F. Anderson. 

WHi complete. 

262 



2022. LAKE GENEVA REGIONAL NEWS (w) July 18, 1879 
to date. 

Title varies: Lake Geneva News, 1879-Dec. 1924; Lake Geneva News-Tribune, 
Dec. 1924-Sept. 1933. 

Editors: C. H. Burdick and G. E. Early, July-Oct. 1879; J. S. Badger, Oct. 1879- 
1882; A. K. Owen and C. H. Burdick, 1882-Apr. 1892; A. K. and Dale Owen, Apr. 
1892-Aug. 1894; N. W. Smails, Aug. 1894-1901; W. J. McAfferty, 1901-1903; F. M. 
Higgins, 1903-Jan. 1917; B. O. Reynolds and H. N. Aldrich, Feb. 1917-May 1920; 
Reynolds, May 1920-Aug. 1923; Milton S. Hart, Aug. 1923-Dec. 1924; Arthur R. 
Todd, Dec. 1924-Feb. 1927; W. R. Meyer, Feb. 1927-1928; Paul A. Lindenmeyer, 
1929-Mar. 1931; F. M. Higgins, Mar .-Dec. 1931; E. S. Wightman, 1932-Nov. 1934; 
Herbert L. Krueger, Nov. 1934-1936; R. M. Noll, 1937-Nov. 1939; Noll and 
Eugene Cour, Nov. 1939-1945; A. M. Bearder, 1945 to date. 

WHi Dec. 3, 1891-Dec. 29, 1898; Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1903; Jan. 5, 1905 to 

date. 

2023. LAKE GENEVA TRIBUNE (w) Apr. 1923-Dec. 4, 1924, 
Editors: James T. Dawson. 

Merged with Lake Geneva News. 

2024. WISCONSIN STANDARD (w) July 1848-July 14, 1849. 
Editors: David M. Keeler. 

WHi Apr. 21-July 14, 1849. 



SHARON 

2025. SHARON GAZETTE (w) 1868-1873 [?]. 
Editors: George F. Brigham. 

2026. SHARON INQUIRER (w) Sept. 25, 1873-Aug. 8, 1878. 
Editors: J. C. Keeney, 1873-Sept. 1876; Clarence R. Conable, Sept. 1876-1878. 
Followed by Delavan Enterprise. 

WHi Oct. 23, 1873-Aug. 8, 1878. 

2027. SHARON MIRROR (w) June 1868-1871 [?]. 

Editors: M. L. Schaefer, 1868-1869; C. C. Hanford, 1869-1870; S. P. Ballard, 1870- 
1871. 

2028. SHARON REPORTER (w) Aug. 29, 1878 to date. 
Editors: J. H. Phelps and George Ziegaus, 1878-1887; Phelps and R. B. Howell, 
1887-Apr. 1889; Howell, May 1889-Aug. 1891; Ziegaus, Sept. 1891-Aug. 1907; Fred 
C. Fessenden, Aug. 1907-July 1915; J. Luverne Howell, July 1915-June 1945; Roy 
E. Ruehlman, July 1945 to date. 

WHi Aug. 29, 1878-Aug. 16, 1883; Dec. 6, 1888 to date. 



WALWORTH 

2029. WALWORTH PRESS (w) June 1886-1887 [?]. 
Editors: M. G. Stillman. 

2030. WALWORTH TIMES (w) Oct. 27, 1904 to date. 
Editors: Levi K. Alden, 1904-Mar. 1905; W. A. McAfferty, Mar. 1905-Oct. 1906; 
H. E. Miles, Nov. 1906-Dec. 1907; F. J. Perrin and J. W. Haughton, Dec. 1907- 
1909; Perrin, 1910-Oct. 1914; G. S. Easton, Oct. 1914-Feb. 1915; George W. Sowles, 
Mar. 1915-1917; Mrs. G. W. Sowles, 1918-Sept. 1919; Frank J. McCay, Sept. 1919 
to date. 

WHi Sept. 20, 1928 to date. 

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WHITEWATER 

2031. WHITEWATER CHRONICLE (w) June 18, 1879-1884. 
Title varies: Puddingstick, June 1879. 

Editors: Pitt N. Cravath. 

WHi June 18-Dec. 17, 1879. 

2032. WHITEWATER GAZETTE (w) July 31, 1854-Jan. 1, 
1857. 

Editors: Henry J. Curtice, 1854-Dec. 1855; Joseph A. Leonard and Addison Emer- 
son, Dec. 1855-1857. 

WHi Nov. 22, 1855-Jan. 1, 1857. 

2033. WHITEWATER GAZETTE (d, w) Mar. 1889-Sept. 26, 
1918. 

Editors: John C. Clinton, 1889-Feb. 1891; Charles F. Sheriff, Feb.-May 1891; W. 
W. Hall and A. E. Cowles, May 1891-1892; Hall and F. W. Millar, 1892-1893; 
Millar, 1893-Dec. 1894; Willis Wilton and Grant H. Lawton, Dec. 1894-Feb. 1898; 
F. R. Bloodgood, Feb. 1898-1918. 
Merged with Whitewater Register. 

WHi July 13-Nov. 30, 1892; Aug. 3, 1894-Sept. 26, 1918. 

2034. WHITEWATER NEWS (w) 1880-1889. 

Editors: Homer S. Saxe, 1880-1886; Russell and Smith, 1886-1887; Talmadge and 
Maxon, 1887-1888; Jessie N. Converse, 1888-1889. 

2035. PANTAGRAPH (w) 1877-1878 [?]. 

2036. WHITEWATER PRESS (w) Jan. 1, 1924-Dec. 26, 1940. 
Editors: F. R. Bloodgood, 1924-Oct. 1936; William C. Hearst, Oct. 1936-1940. 

PUDDINGSTICK, see Whitewater Chronicle. 

2037. WHITEWATER REGISTER (w) Mar. 25, 1857 to date. 
Editors: H. L. and L. H. Rann, 1857-May 1866; L. H. Rann and S. G. Parsons, 
May 1866-Apr. 1870; E. G. Benjamin, Apr. 1870-Oct. 1871; Edwin D. Coe, Nov. 
1871-Nov. 1902; Edwin D. and Robert K. Coe, Nov. 1902-Feb. 1910; Robert K. Coe, 
Feb. 1910-July 1952; Ellsworth S. and Charles B. Coe, July 1952 to date. 

WHi Mar. 25, 1857-Mar. 25, 1870; Jan. 25, 1871 to date. 



WILLIAMS BAY 

2038. OBSERVER (w) Mar. 19, 1896-Sept. 23, 1898. 
Editors: William C. Dean. 
Merged with Delavan Enterprise. 

WHi Jan. 7-Sept. 23, 1898. 



264 



Washburn County 



BIRCHWOOD 

2039. BIRCHWOOD BULLETIN (w) 1916-1919. 
Editors: Allen A. Taylor. 

WHi Feb. 8-Sept. 27, 1918. 

2040. BIRCHWOOD INDEPENDENT (w) 1908-1911 [?]. 
Editors: Frank J. Pearson. 

2041. BIRCHWOOD NEWS (w) 1910-1913 [?]. 
Editors: Neil F. Weston. 

2042. BIRCHWOOD PRESS (w) 1903-1911 [?]. 

Editors: William H. Noyes, 1903-1906; Peter Unger, 1906-1908; Frank J. Pearson, 
1908-1909; W. H. Babcock, 1909-1911. 



MINONG 

2043. MINONG STAR (w) Aug. 1909-1911. 
Editors: John J. Wearne. 



SHELL LAKE 

2044. RADTKES WEEKLY (w) Aug. 30, 1933-Nov. 27, 1935. 
Editors: Carl Radtke. 

WHi complete. 

2045. WASHBURN COUNTY REGISTER (w) 1889 to date. 
Editors: Andrew Ryan, 1889-1920; Roger W. Ryan, 1920-Dec. 1935; Walvin M. 
Kommerstad, Dec. 1935-Aug. 1939; Francis M. Shea, Sept. 1939-Apr. 1952; A. L. 
Stouffer, Apr. 1952-June 1953; Mrs. Raymond Haremza, June-Sept. 1953; Lee A. 
Saless, Sept. 1953 to date. 

WHi Feb. 15, 1896 to date. 

2046. SHELL LAKE WATCHMAN (w) June 1882-July 21, 
1910. 

Editors: William Irle, 1882-May 1890; G. L. and J. E. Jones, May 1890-1896; G. L. 
Jones, 1896-Feb. 1900; Blair E. Hoar, Mar. 1900-Sept. 1904; Andrew E. Kennedy, 
Oct. 1904-1910. 
Merged with Washburn County Register. 

WHi Mar. 5, 1891-July 21, 1910. 

265 



SPOONER 

2047. SPOONER ADVOCATE (w) July 19, 1901 to date. 
Editors: Ida May Goss, 1901-Apr. 1904; Frank Hammill, Apr. 1904-Mar. 1922; 
Horace A. Bresee, Mar. 1922-Nov. 1924; E. M. Bardill, Nov. 1924-Sept. 1950; 
William W. Stewart, Oct. 1950 to date. 

WHi June 27, 1902-June 15, 1923; June 27, 1924-June 12, 1930; June 
18, 1931-June 8, 1933; Nov. 18, 1943 to date. 

2048. SPOONER REGISTER (w) May 1893-1896 [?]. 
Editors: H. A. Pease, 1893-1895; Fred T. Kitchen, 1895-1896. 

WHi May 6, 1899-Apr. 28, 1900. 

2049. WASHBURN COUNTY LEADER (w) May 25, 1938- 
1941 [?]. 

Published by Inter-County Leader (Frederic) . 



TREGO 

2050. TREGO STAR (w) 1912-191 3 [?]. 
Editors: A. L. Downing. 



266 



Washington County 



ALLENTON 

2051. ALLENTON TRIBUNE (w) 1905-1908 [?] 
Published by Hartford Press. 



HARTFORD 

2052. HOME LEAGUE (w) Aug. 11, 1860-Mar. 5, 1864. 
Editors: A. M. Thomson. 

WHi complete. 

2053. HARTFORD PRESS (w) May 30, 1867-1868 [?]. 
Editors: W. K. Barney and Robert Tompkins. 

2054. HARTFORD PRESS (w) Sept. 13, 1872-Oct. 23, 1933. 

Title varies: West Bend Republican, 1872-July 1876; Washington County Repub- 
lican, July 1876-Jan. 1883. 

Editors: S. S. Barney, 1872-Jan. 1874; G. F. Hunt, Jan.-July 1874; William George, 
July 1874-1882; J. M. Le Count and H. K. Butterfield, 1883-Jan. 1887; J. M. Lc 
Count, Jan. 1887-1902; Fred L. Le Count, 1902-Apr. 1926; Clarence R. Hathaway, 
May 1926-1933. 
Merged with Hartford Times. 

WHi Sept. 27, 1872-Oct. 14, 1932. 

2055. HARTFORD TIMES-PRESS (sw, w) Sept. 13, 1894 to 
date. 

Title varies: Hartford Times, 1894-Oct. 1933. 

Editors: Timothy Foley and A. J. Hemmy, 1894-Apr. 1898; Hemmy, Apr. 1898- 
June 1914; Hemmy and Clarence R. Hathaway, July 1914-1917; Hathaway, 1918- 
Oct. 1933; John J. Shinners, Oct. 1933 to date. 

WHi Sept. 13, 1894-Sept. 8, 1911; July 25, 1913-Sept. 5, 1919; Sept. 10, 

1920 to date. 

2056. HARTFORD TRIBUNE (w) Sept. 5-Oct. 24, 1929. 
Editors: Belson. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY REPUBLICAN, see Hart- 
ford Press (1872-1933). 



KEWASKUM 

2057. KEWASKUM STATESMAN (w) Oct. 5, 1895 to date. 
Editors: George Nugent and C. E. Krahn, 1895-1899; Krahn, 1899-June 1909; 
George H. Schmidt, June 1909-Nov. 1916; D. J. Harbeck, Nov. 1916-1937; D. J. 
and William J. Harbeck, 1937-Apr. 1955; William J. Harbeck, Apr. 1955 to date. 
WHi Jan. 21, 1944 to date. 

267 



RICHFIELD 

2058. RICHFIELD JOURNAL (w) 1905-1908 [?] 
Published by Hartford Press. 



SCHLEISINGERVILLE 

(see Slinger) 

SLINGER 

2059. BOTSCHAFTER (w) Mar. 27, 1897-Aug. 9, 1917. 
Editors: H. Kramer, Mar.-Dec. 1897; Otto Sandmahr, 1898-1900; Gustav Meister, 
1900-1917. 

In German. 

WHi complete. 

2060. SCHLEISINGERVILLE SCOUT (w) 1889-1893 [?]. 
Editors: J. L. Rohr. 



WEST BEND 

2061. BEOBACHTER (w) Jan. 1879-Oct. 12, 1917. 

Editors: William F. Weber, 1879-1888; Walter Wittman, 1888-1891; Arthur 
Franckenberg, 1891-1903; Carl Quickert, 1903-1917. 
In German. 

2062. WEST BEND ECHO (w) 1895-1896 [?]. 
Editors: J. M. Sevenich. 

In German. 

2063. WEST BEND NEWS (w, sw) Jan. 1855 to date. 

Title varies: Washington County Organ, 1855-1856; Washington County Demo- 
crat, 1856-1860; West Bend Post, 1861-1874; West Bend Democrat, 1874-1902. 
Editors: E. O. Wentworth, 1855-Jan. 1856; Josiah T. Farrar, Jan. 1856-1860; 
Charles D. Waldo and Jacob E. Mann, 1861-Sept. 1862; John E. Mann and Erastus 
W. Root, Oct. 1862-Feb. 1863; Jacob E. Mann and Waldo, Feb. 1863-Aug. 1864; 
Waldo, Sept. 1864-Apr. 1866; John E. and Jacob E. Mann, May 1866-1868; Max 
Hirsch and Paul A. Weil, 1868-1869; Hirsch and Abraham L. Baer, 1869-Sept. 
1875; Arthur Franckenberg and William M. Walters, Sept. 1875-Nov. 1879; 
Walters and John Murtha, Nov. 1879-Nov. 1880; Michael Bohan, Nov. 1880-June 
1884; E. August Runge, June 1884-Mar. 1886; Walter Wittman and Franckenberg, 
Mar. 1886-Jan. 1892; Franckenberg, Jan. 1892-July 1902; Joseph F. Huber, July 
1902-Nov. 1922; Joseph J. Huber, Nov. 1922-May 1937; Mrs. J. J. Huber, May 
1937-1954; Mark Huber, 1954 to date. 

WHi June 27, 1859-June 8, 1867; Sept. 15, 1875 to date. 

WWb Jan. 1904 to date. 

PHOENIX, see under Milwaukee. 

2064. WEST BEND PILOT (w, sw) Feb. 24, 1892-June 30, 
1954. 

Title varies: Washington County Pilot, 1892-Jan. 1907. 

Editors: C. E. Robinson, 1892-May 1893; D. T. Keeley and Henry B. Kaempfer, 

268 



May 1893-July 1897; Henry B. Kaempfer, July 1897-1945; Henry C. Kaempfer, 
1945-Feb. 1949; Kenneth B. Seitz, Mar. 1949-1950; Arthur J. Laack, 1950-Sept. 
1951; Paul L. Mueller, Sept. 1951-1954. 
Merged with West Bend News. 

WHi complete. 

WWb Jan. 1903-Dec. 1947. 

WEST BEND POST, see West Bend News. 
WEST BEND REPUBLICAN, see Hartford Press. 

2065. WEST BEND TIMES (w) June 3, 1880-Oct. 27, 1887. 
Editors: B. S. Potter and Clarence L. Powers, 1880-June 1881; Powers, June 1881- 
1887. 

Merged with West Bend Democrat. 
WHi complete. 

2066. WASHINGTON COUNTY BANNER (w) 1868-1872 [?]. 
Published by West Bend Post. 

In German. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT, see West 
Bend News. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY ORGAN, see West Bend 
News. 

WASHINGTON COUNTY PILOT, see West Bend Pilot. 



269 



Waukesha County 



BROOKFIELD 

2067. BROOKFIELD NEWS (w) Aug. 18, 1955 to date. 
Editors: Jack Cory. 

WHi complete. 



DELAFIELD 

2068. DELAFIELD GAZETTE (w) 1938-Dec. 30, 1953. 
Editors: Albert P. Nelson, 1938-Oct. 1941; Frank D. Boyd, Oct. 1941-1952; 
Thomas Evans, 1953. 

Followed by Lake Country Reporter (Hartland) . 
WHi July 4, 1946-Dec. 30, 1953. 

2069. YOUNG AMERICA (w, sm) Mar. 1859-Mar. 15, 1860. 
Editors: N. C. Hawks. 

WHi Nov. 8, 1859-Mar. 15, 1860. 



DOUSMAN 

2070. DOUSMAN INDEX (w) Mar. 22, 1907 to date. 

Editors: Fred C. Krueger, 1907-Jan. 1929; George T. Ehrlich, Jan.-Nov. 1929; 
Krueger, Nov. 1929-Mar. 1945; Ehrlich, Mar. 1945-July 1952; E. Ruth Howard, 
Aug. 1952 to date. 

WHi Mar. 22, 1907-Mar. 11, 1910; Mar. 17, 1911-Mar. 14, 1941; Oct. 

17, 1941 to date. 

WWakHi Aug. 8, 1918-Oct. 24, 1919. 

2071. DOUSMAN LEADER (w) 1886-1887 [?]. 
Published by Oconomowoc Herald. 



EAGLE 

2072. EAGLE NEWS (w) 1888-1892 [?] . 
Editors: Francis G. Parks, 1888-1889; G. A. Rogers, 1889-1892. 

2073. EAGLE QUILL (w) 1880-Aug. 29, 1952. 

Editors: W. E. Hennessey, 1880-1894; Grant H. Lawton, 1894-July 1898; Henry 
M. Loibl, July 1898-Jan. 1947; Isabelle Engelbretsen, Jan. 1947-1952. 
Merged with Palmyra Enterprise. 

WHi Jan. 21, 1898-Sept. 8, 1916; Jan. 7, 1920-Dec. 30, 1938; Jan. 3, 

1941-Aug. 29, 1952. 

2074. EAGLE SUN (w) 1889-1892 [?]. 
Editors: W. E. Hennessey. 

270 



2075. EAGLE ZEITUNG (w) 1888-1889 [?]. 
Editors: R. Morsbach. 
In German. 



ELM GROVE 

2076. ELM LEAVES (w) Feb. 1, 1946 to date. 

Editors: Marilyn Franke, 194&-July 1947; Nancy Jaeger, Aug. 1947-June 1955; 
Jack Cory, June 1955 to date. 
WHi complete. 



HARTLAND 

2077. HARTLAND INDEX (w) 1886-1889 [?]. 
Published by Oconomowoc Herald. 

2078. LAKE COUNTRY REPORTER (w) Jan. 7, 1954 to date. 
Editors: Hughitt H. Hinderaker. 

WHi complete. 

2079. HARTLAND NEWS (w) Dec. 15, 1893-Dec. 30, 1953. 
Title varies: News and Dairyman, 1893-Nov. 1897. 

Editors: H. W. Goodwin, 1893-Sept. 1895; G. F. Ramsey, Sept. 1895-Oct. 1898; 
George W. Schwantes and Mabel V. Hansen, Oct. 1898-Mar. 1905; Mabel V. Han- 
sen, Mar. 1905-1925; Carl B. Hansen, 1925-Oct. 1945; Hughitt H. Hinderaker, 
Nov. 1945-1953. 
Followed by Lake Country Reporter. 

WHi Sept. 22, 1894-Dec. 30, 1953. 

WWakHi Apr. 20, 1918-Sept. 13, 1919; Sept. 14, 1945-Dec. 30, 1953. 



MENOMONEE FALLS 

2080. MENOMONEE FALLS NEWS (w) 1889 to date. 
Editors: Frank L. Nehs, 1889-1895; Cameron W. Frazier, 1895-1930; W. H. Rintle- 
man, 1930-1935; C. Marvin Rintleman, 1935-Oct. 1953; Robert D. Anderson, Oct. 
1953-July 1954; Philip F. Buchanan, Aug. 1954-Aug. 1955; Guy G. Fuller, Jr., 
Aug. 1955 to date. 

WHi Nov. 4, 1943 to date. 
WWakHi Apr. 26, 1918-Sept. 5, 1919. 

2081. MENOMONEE FALLS TIMES (w) 1888-1889. 
Editors: Frank L. Nehs. 

2082. WISCONSIN AGITATOR (w, m) Apr. 19, 1 899-1900 [?]. 
Editors: W. D. Cox and W. H. Rintleman. 

WHi Apr. 19, 1899-Sept. 1900. 



MERTON 

2083. DAIRY-BELT REVIEW (w) 1914-1921 [?]. 
Editors: Lewis J. Mahoney. 

WWakHi Aug. 31-Oct. 5, 1918. 

271 



MUKWONAGO 

2084. MUKWONAGO CHIEF (w) Jan. 2, 1889 to date. 
Editors: Daniel L. Camp, 1889-Aug. 1901; F. R. McNulty, Aug. 1901-1926; James 
L. Small, 1926-Jan. 1938; Mary D. Small, Jan. 1938-Nov. 1945; Cecil B. and Melvin 
L. Titus, Nov. 1945-Dec. 1950; Robert R. McLoughlin, Dec. 1950-Apr. 1954; 
Marvin A. Schwersenska, Apr. 1954-Feb. 1957; Dale Dettmann and William 
Newton, Jr., Feb. 1957 to date. 

WHi Jan. 2, 1889-Dec. 31, 1920; Jan. 6, 1927 to date. 
WWakHi Aug. 16, 1918-Sept. 5, 1919. 

2085. MUKWONAGO MAIL (w) Apr. 1887-Dec. 1888. 
Editors: James I. Toner. 

Followed by Mukwonago Chief. 

2086. MUKWONAGO WHAT-NOT (w) June 1879-1880 [?]. 
Editors: Francis D. Craig. 



OCONOMOWOG 

2087. OCONOMOWOC BADGER (w) May 11, 1866-June 25, 
1869. 

Editors: T. B. and A. J. Reid, 1866-Oct. 1867; E. G. Benjamin, Oct. 1867-1869. 
Followed by Belle Mirror. 

WHi May 18-Oct. 12, 1866; May 17, 1867-June 25, 1869. 

BELLE MIRROR, see Oconomowoc Times. 

2088. OCONOMOWOC CLARION (w) Oct. 1933-1934. 
Editors: George C. Ilstrup. 

WHi Jan. 18-Sept. 27, 1934. 

OCONOMOWOC DEMOCRAT, see Oconomowoc Re- 
publican. 

2089. OCONOMOWOC ENTERPRISE (w) Oct. 26, 1900 to 
date. 

Editors: Grove E. Palmer and A. C. Hathaway, 1900-Mar. 1907; Palmer, Mar. 
1907-Dec. 1930; Thomas P. Collins, Dec. 1930-Feb. 1935; Palmer, Feb. 1935-July 
1936; C. W. Brown, Aug. 1936 to date. 

WHi Oct. 26, 1900-Dec. 30, 1938; Jan. 5, 1940 to date. 

2090. FREE PRESS (w) Oct. 14, 1858-Aug. 16, 1862. 

Editors: N. C. Hawks and Abraham Small, Oct.-Dec. 1858; D. W. Small and John 
S. Rockwell, Dec. 1858-Feb. 1861; D. S. Curtiss, Feb. 1861-1862. 

WHi Oct. 14, 1858-Oct. 25, 1860; Feb. 15, 1861 -Aug. 16, 1862. 

2091. OCONOMOWOC FREE PRESS (sw, w) May 15, 1875- 
Dec. 1, 1910. 

Title varies: Wisconsin Free Press, 1875-Oct. 1908. 

Editors: C. C. Bowsfield, May-Oct. 1875; R. B. Rice, Oct. 1875-Apr. 1876; C. M. 
Smith, Apr .-Oct. 1876; Edwin Hurlbut, Oct. 1876-Dec. 1905; Mrs. Edwin Hurlbut, 
Dec. 1905-Mar. 1907; Arthur C. Hathaway, Mar. 1907-1910. 
Merged with Oconomowoc Enterprise. 
WHi complete. 

272 



2092. OCONOMOWOC HERALD (w) 1885-1888 [?]. 
Editors: George A. Rogers. 

2093. OCONOMOWOC LOCAL (w) Sept. 4, 1874-Feb. 6, 1885. 
Editors: F. W. Coon and A. C. Macrorie, 1874-July 1875; Coon, July 1875-Nov. 
1883; I. A. Hoxie, Nov. 1883-Nov. 1884; Ward E. Dutcher, Nov. 1884-1885. 

WHi complete. 

2094. OCONOMOWOC NEWS (w) 1885-1891 [?]. 
Editors: George A. Rogers. 

2095. OCONOMOWOC REPUBLICAN (w) 1888-Mar. 2, 1901. 

Title varies: Oconomowoc Democrat, 1888-1895. 

Editors: J. H. Rector, 1888-1892; M. G. Fallon, 1892-1895; C. P. Smith, 1895- 

1896; C. A. Pettibone, 1896-1901. 

Merged with Oconomowoc Enterprise. 

WHi June 6, 1896-Mar. 2, 1901. 

2096. OCONOMOWOC TIMES (w) June 30, 1869-1877. 
Title varies: Belle Mirror, 1869-Aug. 1870. 

Editors: A. McGregor, 1869-Aug. 1870; Ashley D. Harger, Aug. 1870-1877. 
WHi June 30, 1869-June 30, 1875. 

WISCONSIN FREE PRESS, see Oconomowoc Free Press. 



PEWAUKEE 

2097. PEWAUKEE BREEZE (w) 1903-1910. 

Editors: R. G. Frackelton, 1903-1906; F. H. Best and E. Towell, 1906-1908; 

Towell, 1908-1910. 

Merged with Waukesha Freeman. 

2098. PEWAUKEE JOURNAL (w) 1915-1918 [?]. 
Editors: Joseph W. Hoffman. 

2099. PEWAUKEE LAKE NEWS (w) June 1938-Aug. 22, 1940. 
Editors: Earl J. Nelson. 

2100. NORTHWESTERN (w) 1896-1897 [?]. 
Editors: Lloyd Skinner. 

2101. PEWAUKEEAN (w) 1943-Jan. 5, 1950. 
Editors: Earl J. Nelson. 

2102. PEWAUKEE POST (w) June 1950-Dec. 31, 1953. 
Editors: Lorraine Redfield. 

Followed by Lake Country Reporter (Hartland) . 
Publisher's files destroyed. 

WHi Feb. 12-Dec. 31, 1953. 

2103. PEWAUKEE STANDARD (w) 1877-May 27, 1880. 
Editors: C. P. Smith. 

Merged with Waukesha Freeman. 

WHi Feb. 20, 1879-May 27, 1880. 

2104. PEWAUKEE TIMES (w) 1897-1899 [?] . 

Editors: Leighton and McCarthy. 

273 



2105. PEWAUKEE TRIBUNE (w) 1887-1888 [?]. 

Published by Oconomowoc Herald. 



PRAIRIEVILLE 

(see Waukesha) 

WAUKESHA 

2106. WAUKESHA ADVOCATE (w) Mar. 16, 1846-1847 [?]. 
Editors: A. W. Randall. 

AMERICAN FREEMAN, see Wisconsin Free Democrat 
(Milwaukee). 

WAUKESHA CHRONOTYPE, see Waukesha Plain- 
Dealer (1848-1857). 

WAUKESHA DEMOCRAT, see Waukesha Plain-Dealer 

(1848-1857). 

2107. WAUKESHA DISPATCH (w, sw) Feb. 1891-Oct. 30, 
1920. 

Editors: M. T. Stokes, 1891-1893; W. C. Donovan, 1893-1894; A. F. Warden, 1895- 
May 1904; G. W. Norris, May 1904-1920. 
Merged with Waukesha Freeman. 

WHi Jan. 4, 1894-Oct. 30, 1920. 

WWakHi Apr. 23, 1918-Aug. 23, 1919. 

2108. WAUKESHA FREEMAN (w) Mar. 29, 1859-1930. 

WHi Mar. 29, 1859-July 4, 1929. 
WWak Mar. 29, 1859-Dec. 1921. 

2109. WAUKESHA DAILY FREEMAN (d) Nov. 1, 1920 to 
date. 

Editors: M. Cullaton, Mar.-Sept. 1859; L. B. Wright, Oct. 1859-Nov. 1867; Wright 
and T. B. Reid, Nov. 1867-Dec. 1868; Reid and Nicholas Smith, Dec. 1868-Aug. 
1869; Smith, Aug. 1869-Apr. 1870; T. W. Haight, May 1870-Feb. 1872; Haight and 
H. M. Youmans, Feb. 1872-Sept. 1874; H. M. Youmans, Oct. 1874-May 1929; Henry 
A. Youmans, May 1929-1945; Josephine H. Youmans, 1945 to date. 

WHi Jan. 23, 1930 to date. 

WWak complete. 

2110. WAUKESHA DAILY HERALD (d) Feb. 23, 1919-Oct. 
30, 1920. 

Editors: A. D. Campbell, 1919-May 1920; B. A. Hoffman, May-Oct. 1920. 
Followed by Waukesha Daily Freeman. 

2111. INDEPENDENT PRESS (w) July 20, 1853-Feb. 15, 1854. 
Editors: E. H. Baxter and S. A. Bean. 

Followed by Waukesha County Democrat. 

WHi Oct. 12, 1853-Feb. 15, 1854. 
WWhC Oct. 12, 1853-Feb. 15, 1854. 
WWakHi complete. 

274 



2112. WAUKESHA JOURNAL (w) May 1886-1893. 
Editors: Harvey H. Rust. 

Merged with Waukesha Freeman. 

2113. WAUKESHA PLAIN-DEALER (w) July 20, 1848-Jan. 
13, 1857. 

Title varies: Waukesha Democrat, 1848-July 1853; Waukesha Chronotype, July 
1853-July 1854. 

Editors: George Hyer, 1848-Aug. 1851; Henry D. Barron, Aug. 1851-July 1854; 
Alexander F. Pratt and J. M. Doty, July 1854-Mar. 1856; Pratt, Mar. 1856-1857. 
Merged with Waukesha Republican. 

WHi complete. 

WWhC complete. 

WWakHi Jan. 1, 1849-Oct. 4, 1854. 

2114. WAUKESHA PLAIN-DEALER (w) July 25, 1865-Sept. 
19, 1876. 

Editors: Alexander F. Pratt, 1865-Dec. 1874; Clarence N. Jones, Dec. 1874-1876. 
Merged with Waukesha County Democrat. 

WHi complete. 

WWhC complete. 

WWakHi July 25, 1865-July 12, 1870. 

2115. WAUKESHA PRESS (w) Dec. 1898-May 30, 1906. 
Editors: G. T. Ramsey, 1898-July 1903; George L. and Edward L. Weiss, July 
1903-July 1905; Evan L. Thomas and Rex A. Warden, July 1905-1906. 

Merged with Waukesha Freeman. 

WHi Jan. 7, 1903-May 30, 1906. 

2116. WAUKESHA REPUBLICAN (w) Jan. 20, 1857- Jan. 4, 
1859. 

Editors: A. Emerson and J. A. Leonard, Jan.-Mar. 1857; Emerson and A. A. 
Griffith, Mar.-Sept. 1857; Emerson and H. J. Curtice, Sept. 1857-1859. 
WHi complete. 

WAUKESHA COUNTY COMMERCIAL, see Waukesha 
County Tribune. 

2117. WAUKESHA COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Mar. 1, 1854- 
July 1865. 

Editors: D. Casey, Mar-Apr. 1854; Casey and Patrick H. Carney, Apr. 1854-Apr. 
1856; Carney, Apr. 1856-May 1865; J. B. Hunt, May-July 1865. 
Followed by Waukesha Plain-Dealer. 

WHi Mar. 1, 1854-Jan. 3, 1865. 

WWhC Mar. 1, 1854-Jan. 3, 1865. 

WWakHi Sept. 5, 1855-Sept. 10, 1861. 

2118. WAUKESHA COUNTY DEMOCRAT (w) Jan. 6, 1872- 
1900. 

Editors: Edward L. Spence and J. A. Gaynor, 1872-Aug. 1873; Spence, Aug. 1873- 
June 1877; Patrick H. Carney, June 1877-Apr. 1879; F. A. Eastman, Apr. 1879- 
Jan. 1881; Carney, Feb. 1881-1900. 
Merged with Waukesha Freeman. 

WHi Jan. 13, 1872-Mar. 31, 1894. 

2119. WAUKESHA COUNTY FAIR (w) Oct. 13, 1949-Apr. 5, 
1951. 

Editors: Edward H. Heth. 
WHi complete. 

275 



2120. WAUKESHA COUNTY TRIBUNE (w) Sept. 29, 1932- 
Jan. 8, 1950. 

Title varies: Waukesha County Commercial, 1932-1933. 

Editors: Carl E. Riblet, Jr., 1932-1938; Leo J. Miller, 1938-1945; Earl J. Nelson, 

1945-1950. 

WHi Jan. 29, 1948-Jan. 5, 1950. 

2121. WAUKESHA WORLD (w) Apr. 1887-1893. 

Editors: R. E. Labar and Walter P. Needham. 
Merged with Waukesha Freeman. 



276 



Waupaca County 



CLINTONVILLE 

2122. DAIRYMAN-GAZETTE (w) June 5, 1919-July 11, 1940. 

Title varies: Clintonville Gazette, 1919-Feb. 1923. 

Editors: Robert H. Wright, 1919-Mar. 1921; Andrew A. Washburn, Apr. 1921- 
1940. 

Merged with Clintonville Tribune. 
WHi complete. 

DUAL-CITY TRIBUNE, see Clintonville Tribune-Ga- 
zette. 

2123. CLINTONVILLE HERALD (w) Sept. 5, 1878-Oct. 10, 
1879. 

Editors: George Ratcliffe and Mark Waite. 
WHi Mar. 14-Oct. 10, 1879. 

2124. LAKE SHORE WAECHTER (w) 1 887-1890 [?] . 
Editors: F. H. Brady. 

In German. 

2125. CLINTONVILLE SUN (w) 1898-Oct. 1901. 
Editors: Daugherty Bros., 1898-1900; William M. Barnum, 1900-1901. 

2126. CLINTONVILLE TIMES (w) 1889-1892 [?]. 
Editors: E. A. King. 

2127. CLINTONVILLE TRIBUNE-GAZETTE (w) Aug. 11, 
1881 to date. 

Title varies: Tribune, 1881-1885; Clintonville Tribune, 1886-Aug. 1888, Mar. 
1891-July 1940; Dual-City Tribune, Aug. 1888-Mar. 1891. 

Editors: Burnham and Fuller, 1881-Nov. 1882; Frank H. Brady, Nov. 1882-Sept. 
1901; Brady and William M. Barnum, Oct. 1901-Apr. 1903; Barnum and Joseph 
D. Cotton, Apr. 1903-June 1913; Barnum and F. A. Moldenhauer, June 1913-1918; 
W. H. Johns, 1918-Apr. 1920; F. A. and Earl F. Moldenhauer, Apr. 1920-Jan. 1939; 
F. A. Moldenhauer, Feb. 1939-July 1940; C. F. Fredrichs, July 1940-Nov. 1945; Carl 
L. Turner and Ward J. Risvold, Nov. 1945-July 1951; Walter E. Gleason, July 
1951 to date. 

WHi Nov. 4, 1882-Sept. 21, 1900; Aug. 2, 1901-July 14, 1916; May 17, 

1918 to date. 



FREMONT 

2128. FREMONT PIONEER (w) Nov. 1857-Nov. 1858. 
Editors: John M. Dewey. 

277 



IOLA 

2129. IOLA HERALD (w) Nov. 1891 to date. 

Editors: F. H. Johnson, 1891-1893; Charles E. McCullough, 1893-1894; B. L. 
Bierce, 1894-Aug. 1916; L. A. Drown, Aug. 1916-1918; Paul B. Corr, 1919-Mar. 
1920; H. E. Cotton, Mar. 1920-1922; M. M. Keller, 1923-1924; H. Y. Buchanan, 
1924-1928; Perry A. Norby, 1928-1934; John Burnham, 1934-1943; Firman E. 
Cooper, 1943 to date. 

Publisher's files destroyed: 1891-Aug. 1898. 
WHi Sept. 1, 1898 to date. 

2130. IOLA MESSENGER (w) 1884-1886 [?]. 
Editors: H. J. Van Vuren, 1884-1885; J. M. Hatch, 1885-1886. 



MANAWA 

2131. MANAWA ADVOCATE (w) Apr. 18, 1895 to date. 
Editors: William M. Barnum and C. P. Smith, 1895-July 1896; Smith, July-Sept. 
1896; Andrew C. Walch, Sept. 1896-1931; Allen P. Walch, 1931-Feb. 1940; James 
E. Walch, Feb. 1940-Jan. 1956; Francis Byers, Feb. 1956 to date. 

WHi Feb. 5, 1947 to date. 

2132. MANAWA TIMES (w) Nov. 1885-Mar. 1887. 

Published by New London Times. 



MARION 

2133. MARION ADVERTISER (w) Apr. 1884 to date. 
Editors: S. L. Perry, 1884-Nov. 1912; Elmer Byers, Nov. 1912 to date. 
WHi Feb. 21, 1948 to date. 



NEW LONDON 

2134. NEW LONDON ENTERPRISE (w) 1890-1891. 
Editors: Johnson and Ransom. 

2135. INTER-COUNTY NEWS (w) May-Nov. 1908. 
Editors: William H. Sibley. 

2136. NEW LONDON NEWS (w) July 1874-1876. 
Editors: C. A. Pettibone. 

Merged with New London Times. 

WHi Aug. 11, 1875-July 19, 1876. 

2137. NEW LONDON NEWS (w) June 10-Aug. 14, 1885. 
Editors: D. L. Stinchfield. 

WHi June 24-Aug. 14, 1885. 

2138. NEW LONDON DAILY PRESS (w, sw, d) July 20, 1893 
to date. 

Title varies: New London Press, 1893-Sept. 1928; Neu> London Press-Republican, 

Sept. 1928-July 1955. 

Editors: Charles F. Carr, 1893-Sept. 1920; L. A. Drown, Sept. 1920-Oct. 1921; 

278 



Carr, Nov. 1921-Jan. 1922; Monas Boland, Jan. 1922-Sept. 1928; Harold W. Quirt, 
Sept. 1928-Feb. 1929; W. T. Comstock, Mar. 1929-Oct. 1942; Comstock and H. D. 
Smith, Oct. 1942-Apr. 1951; Charlotte C. Clark, May 1951-1953; Cordon Culver, 
1954 to date. 

WHi complete. 

2139. NEW LONDON REPUBLICAN (w) June 17, 1897-Sept. 
7, 1928. 

Editors: C. P. Smith, 1897-June 1898; I. R. Nye, June 1898-1915; I. E. Cooley, 

1915-1928. 

Merged with New London Press. 

WHi June 17, 1897-Jan. 7, 1915; July 19, 1917-June 23, 1927. 

2140. NEW LONDON TIMES (w) Oct. 3, 1856-Apr. 1858. 
Suspended: Nov.-Dec. 1857. 

Editors: A. J. Lawson, 1856-Nov. 1857; Robert Perry, Jan-Apr. 1858. 
Followed by Waupaca County Register (Waupaca) . 
WHi Oct. 3, 185&-Sept. 18, 1857. 

2141. NEW LONDON TIMES (w) Nov. 1870-Sept. 11, 1891. 

Title varies: New London Times and Tribune, Mar. 1881-1882. 
Editors: John A. Ogden, 1870-Apr. 1871; E. E. Gordon, Apr. 1871-Feb. 1879; 
Gordon and George M. Patchen, Feb. 1879-Feb. 1880; Patchen, Feb. 1880-Mar. 
1881; H. S. and H. W. Pickard, Mar. 1881-Oct. 1882; Patchen, Oct. 1882-June 
1888; F. Cleary, June 1888-Aug. 1889; W. E. Hannaford and W. G. Le Count, Sept. 
1889-Feb. 1890; Le Count, Mar.-Aug. 1890; E. A. King, Sept. 1890-1891. 
WHi July 9, 1874-May 11, 1875; Jan. 1, 1876-Sept. 11, 1891. 

2142. NEW LONDON TRIBUNE (w) Dec. 1880-Mar. 1881. 
Editors: H. S. Pickard. 

Merged with New London Times. 

2143. NEW LONDON TRIBUNE (w) Apr. 1891-Jan. 1900. 
Editors: Frank H. Brady, 1891-Nov. 1892; William M. Barnum, Nov. 1892-Apr. 
1897; Clark and Chase, Apr. 1897-Apr. 1899; Haase, Apr. 1899-1900. 

WHi Jan. 18, 1895-Jan. 17, 1896. 



OGDENSBURG 

2144. OGDENSBURG LEADER (w) 1872-1873 [?] . 

Editors: George Ratcliffe. 

2145. NEW EPOCH (w) 1 898-1 899 [?]. 
Editors: George Ratcliffe. 



WAUPACA 

2146. WAUPACA CRITERION (w) 1865-1866. 
Editors: Leslie J. Perry. 

Merged with Waupaca County Republican. 

EXCELSIOR, see Waupaca County Post. 

2147. WAUPACA LEADER (w) Nov. 15, 1911-Sept. 18, 1912. 
Editors: Loren W. Krake. 

Merged with Waupaca Record. 

279 



2148. WAUPACA POST (w) Jan. 19, 1878-Dec. 24, 1908. 
Editors: John A. Ogden and Herman K. Pitcher, 1878-Apr. 1879; Pitcher, Apr. 
1879-Feb. 1880; E. E. Gordon, Feb. 1880-Aug. 1887; Jeffrey Woodnorth, Sept. 1887- 
1899; J. L. Sturtevant, 1899-1908. 

Merged with Waupaca Republican. 
WHi complete. 

2149. WAUPACA RECORD-LEADER (w) Mar. 1894-May 31, 
1917. 

Title varies: Waupaca Record, 1894-Sept. 1912. 

Editors: D. L. Stinchfield and Jeffrey Woodnorth, Mar-June 1894; Woodnorth, 

June 1894-Sept. 1895; Woodnorth and Willard E. Carpenter, Sept. 1895-Dec. 1896; 

Carpenter, Dec. 1896-Aug. 1904; Mrs. A. R. Carpenter, Aug. 1904-Sept. 1912; 

Loren W. Krake, Sept. 1912-June 1914; Charles P. Stanley, June 1914-May 1915; 

Edward E. Payne, May 1915-1917. 

Merged with Waupaca Republican-Post. 

WHi Dec. 1, 1894-May 31, 1917. 

WAUPACA REPUBLICAN, see Waupaca County Post. 

WAUPACA REPUBLICAN-POST, see Waupaca County 
Post. 

WAUPACA SPIRIT, see Waupaca County Post. 

2150. WAUPACA COUNTY NEWS (w) Sept. 1, 1921-Nov. 11, 
1926. 

Editors: Robert H. Wright. 

WHi Sept. 22, 1921-Nov. 11, 1926. 

2151. WAUPACA COUNTY POST (w) Nov. 1853 to date. 
Title varies: Waupaca Spirit, 1853-May 1858; Excelsior, June 1858-1859; Waupaca 
Spirit, 1860-1866; Waupaca County Republican, 1867-Sept. 1891; Waupaca Repub- 
lican, Sept. 1891-Dec. 1908; Waupaca Republican-Post, Dec. 1908-May 1917. 
Editors: C. E. and J. B. Redfield, 1853-Mar. 1856; J. H. and J. S. Jones, Mar. 1856- 
1857; C. E. Redfield, 1857-1866; C. S. Ogden, 1867-1872; Charles M. Bright, 1872- 
Oct. 1879; A. T. Glaze, Oct. 1879-Aug. 1881; C. N. Hodges and L. A. Cates, Aug. 
1881-May 1882; Hodges, June-Dec. 1882; W. H. Holmes, Dec. 1882-Dec. 1908; D. 
F. Burnham, Dec. 1908-Feb. 1946; K. D. and F. A. Warner, Mar. 1946-Aug. 1948; 
Carl L. Turner and Ward J. Risvold, Sept. 1948-1951; Turner, 1951 to date. 

WHi Aug. 27, 1874 to date. 
WWap Jan. 1909 to date. 

2152. WAUPACA COUNTY REGISTER (w) May 28, 1858- 
July 1860. 

Editors: A. J. Lawson. 

WHi May 28-Sept. 17, 1858. 

WAUPACA COUNTY REPUBLICAN, see Waupaca 
County Post. 



WEYAUWEGA 

2153. WEYAUWEGA CHRONICLE (w) May 17, 1877 to date. 
Editors: J. C. Keeney, 1877-June 1882; H. S. Keeney, June 1882-Aug. 1886; A. L. 
Hutchinson and J. F. Corbett, Aug. 1886-Aug. 1889; Hutchinson, Aug. 1889-Aug. 

280 



1893; H. S. Keeney, Aug. 1893-June 1894; Frank H. Voshardt, June 1894-Jan. 
1906; Charles F. Crane, Jan. 1906-1929; A. J. Rieck, 1929-Feb. 1940; Allen P. 
VValch, Feb. 1940-Jan. 1956; Richard Prideaux, Feb. 1956 to date. 
WHi Mar. 17, 1877-Dec. 29, 1905; July 30, 1930 to date. 

2154. DEUTSCHE CHRONIK (w) Jan. 28, 1898-1910. 

Published by Weyauwega Chronicle. 
In German. 

WHi Jan. 28, 1898-Dec. 29, 1905. 

2155. WEYAUWEGA ENTERPRISE (w) 1871-1872 [?] . 

Enterprise Pub. Co. 

2156. WEYAUWEGA HERALD (w) May 4-Oct. 5, 1859. 
Editors: William C. Tompkins. 

WHi complete. 

2157. WEYAUWEGA TIMES (w) Feb. 1869-Dec. 16, 1876. 
Editors: F. W. Sackett. 

Merged with Waupaca Republican. 

WHi Sept. 3, 1870-Dec. 16, 1876. 

2158. WEYAUWEGIAN (w) July 26, 1855-May 19, 1858. 
Editors: William C. Tompkins. 

WHi complete. 

2159. WOLF RIVER HERALD (w) Oct. 22, 1858-Jan. 13, 1859. 
Editors: William C. Tompkins. 

WHi complete. 



281 



Waushara County 



HANCOCK 

2160. HANCOCK NEWS (w) Sept. 27, 1894-Nov. 1897. 
Editors: Moncena Dunn and Edward Ferguson, 1894-Sept. 1895; Ferguson and 
J. A. Rozell, Sept. 1895-1897. 

2161. HANCOCK-COLOMA NEWS (w) Dec. 3, 1897 to date. 
Title varies: Hancock News, 1897-Mar. 1943. 

Editors: William H. Fields, 1897-Apr. 1898; Roy L. Thompson, Apr. 1898-Apr. 
1942; Orson C. Adams, Apr. 1942-May 1954; Charles Webster, June 1954 to date. 
WHi complete. 



PINE RIVER 
(see Wautoma) 

PLAIN FIELD 

2162. PLAINFIELD PRESS (w) 1877-1878 [?]. 

Editors: D. W. Kutchin. 

2163. SUN (w) Nov. 23, 1883 to date. 

Editors: L. W. Chapman, 1883-May 1907; Buchanan Johnson and William H. 
Fields, May 1907-1915; Fields, 1916-May 1951; Edoardo Marolla, May 1951 to 
date. 

WHi complete. 



2164. PLAINFIELD TIMES (w) 1877-1 

Editors: S. Bardwell, 1877-1881; J. T. Ellarson, 1881-1882; A. Bardwell, 1882- 

1883. 



RED GRANITE 

2165. RED GRANITE HERALD (w) 1905-1926 [?|. 

Editors: D. S. Johnson, 1905-1916; C. A. Forbes, 1916-1924; J. B. Crouch, 1924- 
1926. 

2166. RED GRANITE HERALD (w) Apr. 5, 1939-1940. 
Editors: Charles E. Maynard. 

2167. RED GRANITE TIMES (w) Sept. 15, 1927-Feb. 1, 1937. 
Editors: H. H. Hobart, 1927-1936; L. J. Nash, 1936-1937. 

Merged with Berlin Journal. 

282 



WAUTOMA 

2168. INDEPENDENT (w) 1882-1883 [?]. 

Editors: S. A. Jewell. 

2169. WAUTOMA JOURNAL (w) Aug. 19, 1856-May 8, 1860. 
Suspended: Mar.-June 1859. 

Editors: C. J. Allen and George Burnside, 1856-May 1858; W. H. Mitchell, May 

1858-1860. 

Merged with Waushara County Argus. 

WHi Sept. 2, 1856-Aug. 15, 1857; May 25, 1858-May 1, 1860. 

KHi Aug. 19, 1856-Sept. 19, 1857; Dec. 1, 1858-May 8, 1860. 

2170. WAUSHARA ARGUS (w) Mar. 10, 1859 to date. 

Title varies: Pine River Argus, Mar-May 1859; Waushara County Argus, June 
1859-Mar. 1863. 

Editors: D. H. Pulcifer, Mar.-Sept. 1859; J. W. Rist and W. C. Webb, Sept. 1859- 
June 1860; Webb and Charles H. Stowers, June-Dec. 1860; Stowers, 1861-Apr. 
1865; William S. Munroe, Apr. 1865-Aug. 1866; Munroe and R. L. Potter, Aug. 
1866-Dec. 1867; Potter, Dec. 1867-Aug. 1872; Munroe, Aug. 1872-Aug. 1880; J. T. 
Ellarson, Aug. 1880-Mar. 1905; W. Berray and A. G. Holt, Mar. 1905-May 1916; T. 
M. Risk, May 1916-Apr. 1923; R. W. Harmon, Apr. 1923-Feb. 1946; Gordon O. 
Culver, Feb. 1946-Sept. 1953; Richard I. Matthews, Oct. 1953 to date. 

WHi July 9, 1859 to date. 

KHi Mar. 10, 1859-Aug. 3, 1860. 

2171. WAUSHARA COUNTY REPUBLICAN (w) Aug. 11, 
1860-1861 [?]. 

Editors: A. J. Lawson and H. J. Curtice. 



WILD ROSE 

2172. WILD ROSE TIMES (w) 1901-Nov. 20, 1919. 

Editors: I. R. Nash, 1901-1902; Claude Colby, 1902-1906; Jesse Ethridge, 1906- 
1908; Adelbert S. Collins, 1908-1917; William D. Beaver, 1917-1918; Hubert E. 
Cotton, 1918-1919. 

WHi Apr. 3-Nov. 20, 1919. 

2173. WILD ROSE TIMES (w) 1929-1932[?]. 
Editors: A. J. Stevens, 1929-1931; E. J. Scott, 1931-1932. 



283 



Winnebago County 



EUREKA 

2174. EUREKA JOURNAL (w) May 10, 1867-May 6, 1868. 
Editors: Horace E. Rounds. 
VVHi complete. 



MENASHA 

2175. MENASHA ADVOCATE (w) Oct. 1853-Oct. 1856. 
Editors: Jere Crowley, 1853-July 1856; Edgar P. Morehouse, July-Oct. 1856. 

WHi June 12, 1854-Sept. 25, 1856. 

2176. BEOBACHTER AM WINNEBAGO (w) 1873-1881 [?]. 
Editors: John Klinker. 

In German. 

MENASHA EVENING BREEZE, see Menasha Record. 

2177. MENASHA WEEKLY BREEZE (w) Mar. 30, 1895-May 
21, 1898. 

Editors: Jacob R. Bloom. 

WMen complete. 

2178. MENASHA CITIZEN (d) 1904-1905. 
Editors: George Banta. 

WMen May 18, 1904-Feb. 25, 1905. 

2179. MENASHA CONSERVATOR (w) May 14, 1856-Mar. 17, 
1860. 

Published at Neenah: 1856-Aug. 1858. 
Title varies: Conservator, 1856-Sept. 1859. 

Editors: Harrison Reed, 1856-July 1858; B. S. Heath, July 1858-1860. 
WHi complete. 

ISLAND CITY TIMES, see Menasha Press. 

2180. WEEKLY MANUFACTURER (w) June 6, 1 861-1862 [?] . 

Editors: William M. Watt. 

WHi June 6, 1861-July 24, 1862. 

2181. MENASHA OBSERVER (w) 1874-1875 [?] . 

2182. MENASHA PRESS (w) Oct. 22, 1863-1898. 

Title varies: Island City Times, 1863-Jan. 1870; Winnebago County Press, Jan. 
1870-1871; Saturday Evening Press, Dec. 1886-July 1896. 

284 



Editors: J. N. Stone, 1863-July 1866; Stone and John M. Read, July 1866-1867; 
Stone, 1867-Jan. 1870; W. G. Ritch and W. B. Tapley, Jan.-Aug. 1870; Ritch, Aug. 
1870-Sept. 1871; T. B. Reid, Sept. 1871-Aug. 1877; George B. Pratt, Aug. 1877-June 
1881; Arthur J. Dodge, June 1881-Aug. 1882; Lewis A. Cates, Aug. 1882-Oct. 
1883; C. F. and C. J. Augustin, Oct. 1883-1890; C. F. and G. E. Augustin, 1890- 
1898. 

WHi May 15-Dec. 25, 1866; Jan. 22, 1870-July 3, 1896. 

WMen Jan. 1870-Dec. 1893. 

2183. MENASHA RECORD (d) June 20, 1894-Sept. 17, 1949. 

Title varies: Menasha Evening Breeze, 1894-1903. 

Editors: Jacob R. Bloom, 1894-1904; S. Elmer Smith and Charles W. Lamb, 1904- 
1906; A. Duane Clinton and S. H. Clinedest, 1906-1914; Ira H. Clough, 1914-1949. 
Merged with Daily News-Times (Neenah) . 

WHi Mar. 31, 1897-Nov. 27, 1900; Aug. 18, 1930-Sept. 17, 1949. 

WMen June 20, 1894-Mar. 1902; Nov. 1903-Sept. 17, 1949. 

TWIN CITY DAILY NEWS, see Twin City News-Record 
(Neenah). 

2184. WINNEBAGO ANZEIGER (w) 1881-1909. 
Editors: Henry Cornelius, 1881-1888; John C. Klinker, 1888-1909. 
In German. 

Merged with Appleton Volksfreund. 

WINNEBAGO COUNTY PRESS, see Menasha Press. 



NEENAH 

NEENAH BULLETIN, see Neenah and Menasha Exam- 
iner. 

CONSERVATOR, see Menasha Conservator. 

2185. DANSKEREN (w) June 1892-1899. 
Editors: John Guscholl, 1892-1893; J. S. Jersild, 1893-1899. 
In Danish. 

WHi Oct. 11, 1894-Dec. 29, 1898. 

2186. NEENAH AND MENASHA EXAMINER (w) May 14, 

1856-May 1857. 

Title varies: Neenah Bulletin, May-Oct. 1856. 
Editors: W. H. Mitchell. 

WHi May 21-Sept. 17, 1856. 

2187. NEENAH GAZETTE (w) Dec. 23, 1871-1898. 

Editors: Charles H. Boynton, 1871-Apr. 1874; Boynton and Gustavus A. Cunning- 
ham, Apr. 1874-Sept. 1875; Cunningham, Sept. 1875-May 1878; H. L. Webster, 
May 1878-Sept. 1880; L. F. Cole, Sept. 1880-June 1882; H. A. Stone, June 1882- 
1898. 
Merged with Neenah City Times. 

WHi Jan. 10, 1874-Sept. 4, 1880; Feb. 19, 1881-June 17, 1882. 

WN Dec. 23, 1871-Dec. 15, 1877. 

ISLAND CITY TIMES, see Menasha Press. 

285 



NEENAH NEWS, see Twin City News-Record. 
DAILY NEWS-TIMES, see Twin City News-Record. 

2188. NYE DANSKER (w) 1899-1902. 

Editors: Harold Schmidt. 
In Danish. 

2189. NEENAH CITY TIMES (w) Oct. 15, 1875-May 17, 1919. 
WHi Feb. 24, 1916-Nov. 7, 1918. 

WN Oct. 15, 1875-Dec. 30, 1876; Jan. 1878-Dec. 1883. 

2190. NEENAH DAILY TIMES (d) Aug. 8, 1882-May 17, 1919. 
Editors: John N. Stone, 1875-Mar. 1918; John A. Studley, Mar. 1918-1919. 
Merged with Twin City Daily News. 

WHi Mar/25, 1912-Oct. 24, 1913; Feb. 21, 1916-May 17, 1919. 
WN Aug. 8, 1882-Dec. 30, 1893. 

2191. TWIN CITY NEWS-RECORD (d) June 1880 to date. 
Title varies: Neenah News, 1880-June 1881; Twin City Daily News, June 1881- 
May 1919; Daily News-Times, May 1919-Sept. 1949. 

Editors: Bowron and Potter, 1880-1883; L. H. Kimball, 1883-1902; Jacob R. 
Bloom, 1902-1919; John A. Studley, 1919-1922; Clara A. Bloom, 1922-1943; Ed- 
ward C. Cochrane, 1943 to date. 

WHi Feb. 11-May 14, 1895; May 19, 1919 to date. 

WMen Sept. 19, 1949 to date. 



OMRO 

2192. DAY'S DOINGS (w) 1886-Sept. 1890. 

Editors: H. M. Hollembaek. 
Merged with Omro Journal. 

2193. OMRO ENTERPRISE (w) 1891-1893 [?]. 
Editors: C. B. Walker. 

2194. OMRO HERALD (w) May 11, 1894 to date. 

Editors: C. H. Slocum and F. B. Hand, 1894-June 1895; Slocum, June 1895-Feb. 
1916; Russell S. Howe, Mar. 1916-Aug. 1918; H. M. Howe, Aug.-Nov. 1918; F. A. 
Siebensohn, Nov. 1918-July 1953; P. K. Williams, Aug. 1953-July 1954; Charles 
R. Vander Kooi, July 1954-Sept. 1955; Paul M. Kimbel, Oct. 1955 to date. 
WHi complete. 

2195. OMRO JOURNAL (w) Oct. 20, 1865-Jan. 20, 1916. 

Title varies: Omro Union, 1865-1872. 

Editors: S. H. Cady, 1865-1871; George S. Kaime, 1871-1874; J. W. Reynolds and 
A. F. Worcester, 1874-Apr. 1875; Revnolds, Apr.-Sept. 1875; Kaime and M. H. 
Gibbs, Sept. 1875-Feb. 1876; Kaime' and P. M. Wright, Feb. 1876-Apr. 1879; 
Wright, Apr. 1879-1916. 

WHi Aug. 6, 1874-Jan. 20, 1916. 

2196. STALWART (w) 1880-1885 [?]. 
Editors: C. E. Carter, 1880-1884; Chester Smith, 1884-1885. 

OMRO UNION, see Omro Journal. 
286 






OSHKOSH 

2197. ANZEIGER DES NORDWESTENS (w) May 1852-1854. 
Editors: Charles and Valentine Kohlmann. 

In German. 

2198. OSHKOSH CHIEF (w) 1889-1890 [?]. 

Editors: E. R. Patrick. 

2199. OSHKOSH COURIER (w) May 1852-Aug. 6, 1864. 

Title varies: Fox River Courier, 1852-1853. 
Merged with Weekly Northwestern. 

WHi May 3, 1854-Dec. 19, 1863; June 18-Aug. 6, 1864. 

WO Aug. 17, 1853-May 23, 1864. 

2200. OSHKOSH DAILY COURIER (d) Feb. 10, 1854-Dec. 
1857. 

Editors: J. H. McAvoy, May-June 1852; Jere Crowley, June 1852-Aug. 1853; 
George H. Read and Charles R. Nevitt, Aug. 1853-Aug. 1857; Read and Marcellus 
M. Strong, Aug. 1857-1862; Hiram Morley and B. F. Davis, 1863-1864. 

WHi May 17-Nov. 11, 1854. 

WO May 11-Nov. 21, 1854; Sept. 1855-June 16, 1857. 

2201. OSHKOSH DELEGATE (w) Aug. 1850-Sept. 1851. 

Title varies: Oshkosh Republican, Aug.-Sept. 1850. 

Editors: M. P. Shipper, Aug.-Sept. 1850; G. W. Washburn and Dudley Blodgett, 

Sept.-Oct. 1850; J. D. Hyman, Oct.-Nov. 1850; Hiram Morley, Nov. 1850-1851. 

2202. OSHKOSH DEMOCRAT (w) Feb. 9, 1849-Oct. 3, 1860. 
Title varies: Oshkosh True Democrat, 1849-Feb. 1850. 

Editors: James Densmore, 1849-Apr. 1853; George Burnside and Jonathan Dough- 
erty, May 1853-Mar. 1855; Burnside, Mar. 1855-May 1856; J. A. Smith and Martin 
Mitchell, May-Aug. 1856; C. W. Felker, Aug. 1856-Apr. 1858; C. G. Finney and 
B. F. Davis, Apr. 1858-Feb. 1860; George Gary, Feb.-Oct. 1860. 
Merged with Weekly Northwestern. 

WHi Feb. 9, 1849-Feb. 15, 1850; May 31, 1850-Feb. 25, 1853. 

WO Feb. 9, 1849-Feb. 15, 1850; May 31, 1850-Feb. 25, 1853. 

2203. OSHKOSH DEMOCRAT (w) Feb. 3, 1865-Sept. 21, 1867. 

Followed by Oshkosh City Times. 

WHi May 5-Nov. 3, 1865; June 1-Dec. 8, 1866; Mar. 9-Sept. 21, 1867. 

2204. OSHKOSH DAILY DEMOCRAT (d) June-Oct. 25, 1865. 
Editors: Robert V. Shurly. 

2205. OSHKOSH DEMOCRAT (w) 1906-1909 [? J . 

Editors: R. B. Pixley, 1906-1908; Vader and Moes, 1908-1909. 

2206. DEUTSCHE VOLKSBLAETTER (m, w) Feb. 1858-Oct. 
1866. 

Title varies: Waechter am Winnebago, 1858-Sept. 1860. 

Editors: Charles and Valentine Kohlmann, 1858-Sept. 1860; Carl Rose, Oct. 1860- 

1866. 

In German. 

Followed by Wisconsin Telegraph. 

WO Mar. 12, 1858-May 25, 1860. 

287 



2207. OSHKOSH DEUTSCHE ZEITUNG (w) Feb. 1857-1860. 
Editors: Theodore Frentz, Feb.-Nov. 1857; Charles W. Erb and Charles A. Weis- 
brod, Nov. 1857-Apr. 1858; H. Mades, Apr.-July 1858; Theodore Friedlander, July 
1858-1860. 

In German. 

WHi Sept. 5, 1857-Dec. 28, 1859. 

2208. DIENSTAGS-BLATT (w) Nov. 14, 1905-Nov. 13, 1917. 
Published by Wisconsin Telegraph. 

In German. 

WHi complete. 

2209. ENTERPRISE (d) 1897-Jan. 1899. 
Editors: E. H. Leonard. 

WO Jan. 1898-Jan. 1899. 

FOX RIVER COURIER, see Oshkosh Courier. 

2210. FREE PRESS (w) Dec. 19, 1931-1942. 

Title varies: Fox Valley Square Dealer, 1931-1936; Fox Valley Free Press, 1936- 

1940. 

Editors: Lynn Peavey, 1931-1936; Kenneth Purdy, 1936-1939; W. J. Van Allen, 

1939-1940; Donald Dornbrook, 1940-1942. 

2211. OSHKOSH GAZETTE (w) 1894-1898 [?] . 

Editors: W. F. Memmler and R. L. Harney, 1894-1897; Charles F. Hart, 1897- 
1898. 

GREENBACK STANDARD, see Wisconsin Standard 
(Milwaukee). 

2212. OSHKOSH INDEPENDENT (w) Nov. 1874-Apr. 28, 
1875. 

Editors: G. S. Kaime and F. F. Livermore. 

WHi Dec. 26, 1874-Apr. 28, 1875. 

2213. OSHKOSH JOURNAL (w) Aug. 8, 1868-Apr. 12, 1873. 
WHi complete. 

WO Aug. 8, 1868-July 30, 1870. 

2214. OSHKOSH JOURNAL (d) 1870-1871. 

Editors: Horace E. Rounds and Hiram Morley. 
WO Feb.-Dec. 1870. 

2215. OSHKOSH NEWS (w) July 11, 1868-1869. 
Editors: C. G. Finney and B. F. Davis. 

WHi July 11-Oct. 10, 1868. 

2216. WEEKLY NORTHWESTERN (w) May 18, 1860-1909. 
WHi May 18, 1860-June 13, 1862; Aug. 18, 1864-Dec. 6, 1866; Oct. 20, 
1870-May 23, 1872; May 13, 1875-Dec. 28, 1876. 

WO May 18, 1860-Sept. 1, 1864; Jan. 6, 1870-May 23, 1872; June 10, 
1875-Mar. 18, 1877. 

288 



2217. OSHKOSH DAILY NORTHWESTERN (d) Jan. 12-Aug. 
28, 1861; Jan. 6, 1868 to date. 

Editors: D. C. Felton and Charles R. Nevitt, May-Oct. 1860; Nevitt, Oct. 1860- 
Aug. 1864; George Gary and B. F. Davis, Aug. 1864-Mar. 1866; Davis and C. G. 
Finney, Mar. 1866-June 1870; Thomas S. Allen and John Hicks, June 1870-June 
1884; Hicks, June 1884-1919; O. J. Hardy, 1919-Sept. 1950; Samuel W. Heaney and 
A. Thomas Schwalm, Oct. 1950 to date. 
Publisher's files destroyed: 1868-Sept. 1875. 

WHi Sept. 1, 1875 to date. 

WO Jan. 12-Aug. 28, 1861; Sept. 1, 1875 to date. 

2218. OBSERVER (w) Dec. 1929-1939. 
Editors: Elmer H. Evans. 

2219. PHOENIX (w) Apr. 1855-Apr. 1857. 
Editors: Gustav Grahl. 

In German. 

2220. OSHKOSH RECORD (w) May 1887-1889. 
Editors: R. F. Kellogg. 

Merged with Signal. 

2221. OSHKOSH REFORMER (w) Jan. 1898-Dec. 28, 1900. 
Editors: Robert Schilling. 

In German. 

WHi Oct. 28, 1899-Dec. 28, 1900. 

OSHKOSH REPUBLICAN (1850), see Oshkosh Delegate. 

2222. OSHKOSH REPUBLICAN (w) Jan-May 1861. 
Editors: B. F. Davis. 

2223. OSHKOSH REPUBLICAN (w) Oct. 23, 1925-1927. 
Editors: Paul F. Dehnel. 

2224. SIGNAL (w) 1884-1897. 

Title varies: Signal-Record, 1889-1890. 

Editors: B. E. Van Keuren, 1884-July 1886; Hull Bros., July 1886-1887; M. B. 

McNeil, 1887-1897. 

OSHKOSH STANDARD, see Wisconsin Standard (Mil- 
waukee). 

2225. SUN (d) Nov.-Dec. 1889. 

2226. OSHKOSH WEEKLY TIMES (w) Oct. 1, 1867-Apr. 15, 
1905. 

Title varies: Oshkosh City Times, 1867-May 1872. 

WHi Oct. 1, 1867-Jan. 27, 1883; Jan. 3, 1891-Apr. 15, 1905. 
WO Jan. 1889-Dec. 1893. 

2227. OSHKOSH TIMES (d) 1883-Apr. 15, 1905. 

Editors: D. W. Fernandez and George Hyer, 1867-Apr. 1872; Fernandez and S. D. 

Carpenter, Apr.-Aug. 1872; Fernandez, Sept. 1872-Sept. 1883; Charles M. Bright, 

Sept. 1883-Sept. 1884; Edgar W. Viall, Sept. 1884-1905. 

WO Jan. 28, 1885-Dec. 31, 1886; Jan. 1, 1889-June 30, 1890; Jan. 1, 
1891 -June 30, 1894; Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1896; Mar. 1, 1898-Mar. 31, 1901. 

289 



2228. OSHKOSH TRANSCRIPT (w) Mar. 1860-Aug. 1861. 
Editors: Thomas A. Harney, 1860-June 1861; John A. Ferrell, June-Aug. 1861. 

OSHKOSH TRUE DEMOCRAT, see Oshkosh Democrat 
(1849-1860). 

2229. OSHKOSH UNION (w) Oct. 7, 1864-Jan. 27, 1865. 
Editors: Robert V. Shurly. 

Followed by Oshkosh Democrat. 
WHi complete. 

WAECHTER AM WINNEBAGO, see Deutsche Volks- 
blaetter. 

2230. WINNEBAGO TELEGRAPH (w) Dec. 20, 1849-1851. 
Editors: B. S. Henning and Hiram Morley, 1849-Sept. 1850; Morley and E. Ed- 
wards, Sept. 1850-1851. 

2231. WISCONSIN TELEGRAPH (w) Oct. 1866-Apr. 1920. 

Editors: Charles Kohlmann and Carl Rose, 1866-Oct. 1885; Rose and Thomas S. 
Allen, Oct. 1885-Mar. 1910; W. F. Weber, Mar. 1910-1920. 
In German. 

WHi Jan. 9, 1874-Dec. 26, 1919. 



WINNECONNE 

2232. ENTERPRISE (w) 1883-1884 [?]. 
Editors: Chester Smith and O. A. Parks. 

2233. WINNECONNE GLOBE (w) Mar. 10, 1921-May 18, 1922. 

Editors: F. M. Hough. 

WHi complete. 

2234. WINNECONNE HERALD (w) Sept. 26, 1874-1879. 
Editors: F. F. Livermore. 

2235. WINNECONNE ITEM (w) Jan. 1871 -Aug. 28, 1874; Apr. 
1876-Mar. 29, 1879. 

Editors: Thomas McConnell, 1871-Aug. 1872; W. H. Walker, Aug. 1872-Aug. 
1874; Frank S. Verbeck, Apr. 1876-1879. 

WHi Sept. 26, 1871-Aug. 28, 1874; Jan. 13, 1877-Mar. 29, 1879. 

2236. WINNECONNE LOCAL (w) 1886-1928. 

Editors: George H. Larke, 1886-1888; R. R. Crowe, 1888-1909; D. O. Thompson, 
1909-1911; J. A. and B. L. Pierce, 1911-1912; Harry E. Roatt, 1912-1914; Martin 
C. Flanagan, 1914-1923; Harvey T. Kitz, 1923-1927; F. M. Murphy, 1927-1928. 
WHi July 4, 1912-Dec. 2, 1920. 

2237. WINNECONNE NEWS (w) 1928 to date. 

Editors: William Larson, 1928-1948; Alpheus W. Larson, 1948-1950; Ivan C. 
Kaste, 1951-1952; Clarence O. Rogers and Albert H. Otto, 1953-June 1954; Rogers, 
June 1954 to date. 

WHi Dec. 9, 1943 to date. 



290 



Wood County 



CENTRALIA 

(see Wisconsin Rapids) 



GRAND RAPIDS 

(see Wisconsin Rapids) 

MARSHFIELD 
DEMOKRAT, see Marshfield Journal. 

2238. MARSHFIELD GAZETTE (w) June 17, 1882-June 1883. 
Editors: A. E. Deming and Isaac W. Hanna. 

Merged with Marshfield Times. 

2239. MARSHFIELD HERALD (w) May 6, 1911-Aug. 4, 1927. 
Editors: John H. and Willard G. White. 

Merged with Marshfield News. 
WHi complete. 

2240. MARSHFIELD JOURNAL (w) 1884-Mar. 29, 1951. 
Title varies: Demokrat, 1884-Jan. 1920; Wochenblatt, Jan. 1920-Nov. 1927. 
Editors: H. J. Pankow, 1884-1903; H. J. and A. G. Pankow, 1904-Apr. 1914; A. G. 
Pankow and John Witt, Apr. 1914-Nov. 1915; Witt, Nov. 1915-Jan. 1919; Witt 
and Jacob Rebsteck, Jan. 1919-Apr. 1922; Rebsteck, Apr. 1922-Jan. 1931; Albert 
Gauger, Jan. 1931-May 1940; Frank J. Hunn, May 1940-1943; John Witt, 1943- 
1951. 

In German: 1884-Nov. 1927. 

WHi Oct. 28, 1943-Mar. 29, 1951. 

2241. MARSHFIELD NEWS (w) Aug. 1889-Oct. 5, 1927. 
WHi Dec. 20, 1920-Oct. 5, 1927. 

2242. MARSHFIELD NEWS-HERALD (d) Mar. 7, 1921 to date. 
Title varies: Marshfield Daily News, 1921-Aug. 1927. 

Editors: John Hume and Adam Paulus, 1889-1894; Paulus, 1894-1904; T. F. 
Lyons, 1904-1905; J. H. White, 1905-1910; E. S. Bailey, 1910-Feb. 1921; Bailey and 
G. V. Kraus, Mar. 1921-July 1927; Howard A. Quirt, Aug. 1927 to date. 
WHi complete. 

2243. MARSHFIELD TIMES (w) Nov. 1879-Mar. 31, 1920. 
Title varies: Times and Gazette, June 1883-May 1885. 

Editors: C. H. Clark, 1879-Sept. 1882; C. A. Coon, Sept. 1882-May 1885; Thomas 
S. Norton, May 1885-July 1891; John W. De Groff, July 1891-May 1895; J. H. 
White, May 1895-May 1899; Robert R. De Groff and Ray R. Williams, May 1899- 
Jan. 1900; Williams and White, Jan. 1900-Jan. 1901; P. A. Williams and Edgar A. 

291 



Bailev, Jan. 1901-Aug. 1909; Ray R. Williams, Aug. 1909-1913; Edward B. Barr, 
1913-1917; Michael and Leo H. Berg, 1917-1920. 
Followed by Wisconsin Hub. 

WHi Feb. 11, 1882-Mar. 31, 1920. 

2244. WISCONSIN HUB (w) Apr. 7, 1920-Feb. 23, 1921. 

Editors: G. V. Kraus. 
Merged with Marshfield News. 
WHi complete. 

WOCHENBLATT, see Marshfield Journal. 

2245. WOCHENBLATT (w) 1 882-1885 [?] . 
Editors: H. C. Herr. 

In German. 



NEKOOSA 

2246. NEKOOSA TRIBUNE (w) 1895-July 1, 1922. 
Published at Pittsville: 1895-Sept. 1905. 

Title varies: Yellow River Pilot, 1895-Feb. 1903; Pittsville Wisconsin Times, Feb. 
1903-Sept. 1905; Wood County Times, Sept. 1905-Dec. 1906. 

Editors: R. N. Kerningham, 1895-1897; Ernest C. Kirk, 1897-1898; James R. Howe, 
1898-June 1899; B. E. Walters, June 1899-Dec. 1900; H. H. Dunn, Dec. 1900-Nov. 
1901; C. E. Nowatney, Nov. 1901-Jan. 1902; Pitt Bros., Jan. 1902-Feb. 1904; Perl 
B. Pitts, Mar. 1904-Jan. 1905; P. O. Winther, Jan. 1905-Apr. 1911; S. L. and L. A. 
Good, Apr. 1911-Apr. 1914; Leon G. Schaar, Apr. 1914-1922. 
WHi Nov. 5, 1897-Oct. 13, 1921. 



PITTSVILLE 






2247. PITTSVILLE INDEPENDENT (w) Nov. 1883-1892 [?]. 
Editors: Charles H. Clark, 1883-1884; F. S. Woodsworth and Mark P. Pomeroy, 
1884-1886; A. E. Germer, 1886-1887; D. W. Baker, 1887-1891; Germer, 1891-1892. 

2248. PITTSVILLE RECORD (w) Aug. 1908 to date. 

Editors: Clarence E. McKee, 1908-Dec. 1929; Mrs. C. E. McKee, Dec. 1929-Jan. 
1939; D. M. McKee, Jan. 1939 to date. 
WHi July 31, 1930 to date. 

PITTSVILLE WISCONSIN TIMES, see Nekoosa Trib- 
une. 

YELLOW RIVER PILOT, see Nekoosa Tribune. 



VESPER 

2249. VESPER PIONEER (w) 191 1-1919 [?]. 
Editors: K. C. Hoenneveld. 

2250. STATE CENTER (w) Oct. 5, 1911 to date. 
Editors: Elmer Trickey. 

WHi Apr. 25, 1946 to date. 

292 



WISCONSIN RAPIDS 

2251. CENTRALIA ENTERPRISE (w) May 22, 1879-May 28, 
1887. 

Editors: Charles H. Clark, May-Sept. 1879; Harriet Hayden, Oct. 1879-Jan. 1880; 
E. B. Rossier, Jan. 1880-1887. 
Merged with Grand Rapids Tribune. 

CENTRALIA ENTERPRISE AND TRIBUNE, see 

Wood County Tribune. 

2252. GRAND RAPIDS INDEPENDENT (w) 1872-1873 [?]. 
Editors: A. C. Macrorie. 

GRAND RAPIDS LEADER, see Wisconsin Rapids Daily 
Tribune. 

2253. GRAND RAPIDS PILOT (w) June 20, 1863-1864 [?]. 
Editors: E. Miller and J. H. Wells. 

GRAND RAPIDS TRIBUNE, see Wood County Tribune. 

GRAND RAPIDS DAILY TRIBUNE, see Wisconsin 
Rapids Daily Tribune. 

2254. DAILY REPORTER (d) Oct. 1, 1906-May 31, 1917. 
Editors: A. L. Fontaine. 

Merged with Grand Rapids Leader. 

WHi July 7, 1914-May 31, 1917. 

WWr Oct. 1, 1906-Dec. 1909; Jan. 1911-May 31, 1917. 

2255. WISCONSIN RAPIDS DAILY TRIBUNE (d) May 25, 

1914 to date. 
Title varies: Grand Rapids Leader, 1914-Feb. 1920; Grand Rapids Daily Tribune, 
Mar.-Aug. 1920. 

Editors: John E. Cooley, 1914-Oct. 1919; William F. Huffman, Oct. 1919-Sept. 
1949; Carl E. Otto, Sept. 1949 to date. 

WHi complete. 

WWr Jan. 1922 to date. 

2256. WISCONSIN NATIONAL ZEITUNG (w) 1896-1897 [?]. 

Editors: Francois Martin. 
In German. 

2257. WISCONSIN VALLEY LEADER (w) Mar. 6, 1902-Feb. 
21, 1918. 

Editors: John E. Cooley and N. E. Emmons. 

2258. WOOD COUNTY REPORTER (w) Nov. 28, 1857-Nov. 
1, 1923. 

Editors: J. N. Brundage, 1857-Sept. 1864; J. E. Ingraham and H. Benton Philleo, 
Sept. 1864-Feb. 1880; Philleo, Feb.-Apr. 1880; Paul and A. L. Fontaine, Apr. 1880- 
Apr. 1886; A. L. Fontaine, Apr. 1886-1923. 

WHi Feb. 17-Oct. 27, 1858; Jan. 8-May 7, 1859; Jan. 28, 1860-Dec. 29, 

1864; Jan. 2, 1873-Nov. 1, 1923. 

WWr Jan. 1871-Dec. 1875; Nov. 23, 1876-Nov. 1, 1923. 

293 



2259. WOOD COUNTY TRIBUNE (w) Aug. 30, 1873-Dec. 27, 
1923. 

Title varies: Grand Rapids Tribune, 1873-May 1887, May 1900-Feb. 1920; Cen- 
tralia Enterprise and Tribune, June 1887-Apr. 1900. 

Editors: John N. Brundage and L. P. Powers, 1873-Apr. 1880; Arthur A. Brun- 
dage, Apr. 1880-Apr. 1881; John N. and Edward B. Brundage, Apr. 1881-Jan. 1883; 
Edward B. Brundage, Jan. 1883-June 1887; Edward B. Brundage and E. B. Rossier, 
June 1887-Nov. 1892; Edward B. Brundage and W. H. Luehr, Nov. 1892-1895; 
Edward B. and John N. Brundage, 1896-Apr. 1900; W. A. Drumb and A. B. Sutor, 
Apr. 1900-Feb. 1920; William F. Huffman, Mar. 1920-1923. 

WHi Aug. 30, 1873-May 9, 1891; Nov. 5, 1892-Jan. 3, 1903. 

WWr Jan. 1897-Dec. 1900; Jan. 1908-Dec. 1912. 



294 



Index 



All references are to entry numbers, not to pages. 



Aanstad, Christopher, 594 

Abbotsford (Wis.), 196-197 

Abbott, W. L., 35, 1038 

Ackerman, W. D., 1770 

Ackerson, Martin, 522 

Adams, C. S., 465 

Adams, Charles B., 279 

Adams, G. W., 1920 

Adams, Herbert L., 302 

Adams, Mrs. H. L., 302 

Adams, John P., 302 

Adams, Myron M., 405 

Adams, Orson C, 2161 

Adams, Otis C, 197, 233 

Adams, Samuel K., 306, 1846, 2001 

Adams, Mrs. S. K., 1846 

Adams, W. S., 465 

Adams (Wis.), 1-2 

Adams County, 1-6 

Adamson, Earl R., 302, 439 

Adamson, M. V., 743 

Adamsville (Wis.), 798 

Adgate, L. J., 1795 

Ager, Waldemar T., 584 

Ahern, Robert P., 703 

Ahlstrom, Herbert, 138 

Ahnapee (Wis.), see Algoma 

Ahnert, Otto J., 954 

Aikens, Andrew J., 1198, 1335 

Alban, James S., 1559 

Albany (Wis.), 730-734 

Albrecht, H. V., 559, 569 

Alden, James M., 1102 

Alden, Levi K., 1598, 1633, 1727, 2003, 

2030 
Alderman, E. A., 1396 
Aldrich, H. N., 2022 
Alexander, Fred Z., 997, 1960 
Alexander, James L., 1862 
Alexander, P. W„ 997 
Algoma (Wis.), 949-952 
Allberg, Hans J., 384 
Allen, 1982 

Allen, Clarence J., 642, 656, 2169 
Allen, Frank, 426, 428 
Allen, George W., 488 
Allen, S. B., 450 
Allen, Thomas S., 2217, 2231 
Allen, William M., 1068, 1070 
Allenton (Wis.), 2051 
Allison, John, 1001 



Allison, W. R., 1939 
Alma (Wis.), 127-129 
Alma Center (Wis.), 837-839 
Almena (Wis.), 33-34 
Almond (Wis.), 1553-1554 
Althen, Fred M., 1098 
A 1 then, Seymour, 1099 
Altoona (Wis.), 559 
Amacher, Bert, 202 
Amacher, Virginia, 1917 
Amery (Wis.), 1526-1529 
Ames, F. L., 1856 
Amherst (Wis.), 1555 
Amlund, Arthur M., 128 
Amundson, Alvin M., 839 
Amundson, Martin, 1931 
Amundson, Omer, 1109 
Anderson, Anton M., 138 
Anderson, B. F., 2021 
Anderson, Don, 393 
Anderson, Edward M., 1082 
Anderson, Edward W., Jr., 526 
Anderson, G. E., 295 
Anderson, Henry S., 671 
Anderson, Iver, 23, 25, 1432 
Anderson, J. E., 1082 
Anderson, James, 14 
Anderson, Rasmus B., 321 
Anderson, Robert, 1833 
Anderson, Robert D., 2080 
Anderson, William J., 322 
Anderson, William J., 1632 
Andresen, Olga, 1919 
Andrews, A. P., 660, 1662, 1758 
Andrews, C. W., 37, 1469 
Andrews, E. A., 990 
Andrews, Frank E., 158 
Andrews, L. M., 294, 678 
Andrews, Lela, 1662 
Andrews, Marilla, 1711 
Andrews, Roger A., 359 
Andrus, George, 1796 
Andrus, R. C, 1796 
Angel, Charles W., 60 
Angelo, Michael, 686 
Angus, Robert L., 853 
Ankeny, T. C, 843 
Ansley, T. Scott, 824 
Anstead, 644 
Antes, R. M„ 1716 
Antes, William B., 1588, 1716 



295 



Antigo (Wis.), 1053-1062 

Apollonia (Wis.), 1756-1757 

Appleton (Wis.), 1436-1452 

Arcadia (Wis.), 1923-1929 

Archie, Alex, 872 

Arena (Wis.), 799 

Argyle (Wis.), 1023 

Armstrong, James, 1723 

Armstrong, W. H., 1625 

Arndt, C. P., 105 

Arnold, Glen D., 1546 

Arnold, Henry L., 152, 1076 

Arnold, Laurence L., 730, 910 

Arnold, Lester L., 63, 730, 1922 

Arnold, W. B., 773 

Arveson, A. C, 1552 

Ash, 1556 

Ashbaugh, H. C, 572 

Ashland (Wis.), 7-23 

Ashland County, 7-32 

Ashmun, H. C, 10 

Ashton, W. G., 1824 

Ashton, Washington, 497, 501 

Ashton, Mrs. W., 501 

Asmus, W. A., 1931 

Asplund, A. A., 519 

Athens (Wis.), 1102 

Atherton, E. E., 730 

Atkin, Frank, 1361 

Atkinson, Claude M., 599 

Atkinson, James F., 599 

Atkinson, M. B., 579 

Atkinson, Percy C, 579 

Atkinson, William K., 579 

Atwater, J. E., 858 

Atwood, B. R., 1527 

Atwood, C. N., 361 

Atwood, David, 380, 385, 393 

Atwood, David, 1727 

Auer, J. J., 577 

Augusta (Wis.), 560-562 

Augustin, Allen B., 1773 

Augustin, Charles F., 2182 

Augustin, Charles J., 1457, 1773, 2182 

Augustin, G. E., 2182 

Austin, 567 

Austin, Gus O., 175 

Averill, Joseph K., 132-133, 1394-1395, 

1949 
Averill, S. A., 62 

Axtell, J. M., 845, 1391, 1490, 1498 
Axtell, Lloyd A., 1494, 1509 
Axtell, Robert A., 546, 1490, 1507 

Babcock, Amos, 43, 62, 541, 1758 
Babcock, C. A., 141 
Babcock, George, 1385 
Babcock, Hollis D., 39, 41 
Babcock, W. H., 1535, 2042 
Babcock, Warren, 299, 1660 
Babler, Etta, 302 
Bach, Max, 1910 
Bachenkirdher, D., 295 



Backman, 583 

Backus, A. C, 1304 

Badger, Charles E., 868, 2003 

Badger, J. S., 1751,2022 

Badour, Philip A., 1153, 1416 

Baensch, Emil, 1082, 1086 

Baenziger, John, 971, 985 

Baer, Abraham L., 2063 

Baer, F. J., 208 

Baetz, Arthur, 1098, 1100 

Bahner, Mollie, 1560 

Bahr, E. A., 1117 

Baier, Adolph, 1093 

Bailev, D. R., 1770 

Bailey, Edgar S., 2242-2243 

Bailey, Harry, 1669, 1977 

Bailey, L. D., 1669 

Bailhache, N. H., 610 

Baird, Chalmers S., 11 

Baker, Clarence W., 1446, 1712 

Baker, D. W., 1113 

Baker, David W., 2247 

Baker, Frank H., 460 

Baker, George C, 754 

Baker, H. B., 648 

Baker, Joseph, 734, 1725, 1737, 1993 

Bakke, S. A., 686 

Baldwin (Wis.), 1770-1771 

Ball, Truman F., 45, 1927, 1936 

Ballard, James E., 1370 

Ballard, S. P., 2027 

Ballou, D. W., 876 

Balsam Lake (Wis.), 1530-1532 

Baltuff, Valentine, 242, 246 

Balza, Earl A., 960 

Bancroft (Wis.), 1556 

Bangemann, W., 13 

Bangor (Wis.), 962-963 

Banks, W. H., 310 

Banninger, William H., 1650 

Banta, George, 2178 

Banta, R. A., 143 

Baraboo (Wis.), 1802-1811 

Barager, A. J., 1916 

Barager, Mrs. A. L., 233 

Barager, Elijah R., 75, 1115, 1585, 1597 

Barager, James A., 74-75, 167, 233, 1915 

Barager, James R., 229 

Barager, Vernon P., 200, 229 

Barandun, J., 1239 

Barber, F. R., 1406 

Barber, W. E., 973 

Bardill, Edward M., 2047 

Bardill Bros., 1488 

Bardon, James, 526 

Bardon, Thomas, 526 

Bardwell, A., 2164 

Bardwell, O. F., 792 

Bardwell, S., 2164 

Barnes, Charles F., 1428 

Barnes, Charles J., 952 

Barnes, Edward T., 1035 

Barnes, H., 1645 



296 



Barnes, Henry W., 1035 

Barnes, Myron S., 932, 935 

Barneveld (Wis.), 800-802 

Barney, A. B., 876, 1116 

Barney, John A., 473 

Barney, S. P., 1814 

Barney, Samuel S., 2054 

Barney, W. K., 2053 

Barnfield, John W., 728 

Barnum, Mark H., 1131, 1138 

Barnum, William M., 1856, 2125, 2127, 

2131,2143 
Barr, Edward B., 2243 
Barr, R. T., 251 
Barrett, Charles, 1168 
Barrett, Edwin R., 1078 
Barrett, Fred O., 1548 
Barrett, J. O., 1444 
Barrett, Lawrence, 1168, 1514 
Barrett, Thomas, 1168 
Barron, Henry D., 2113 
Barron (Wis.), 35-39 
Barron County, 33-63 
Barry, Charles W., 1173-1174 
Barry, F. N., 1776 
Barry, Wilbur G., 711, 1662 
Bartel, Heinrich, 1331 
Barth, L. G., 1927 
Barth, P. J., 1927 
Bartholf, J. C, 1747 
Bartlett, E. M., 579 
Bartlett, John E., 731-732 
Bartlett, Junius A., 1551 
Bartley, P., 696 
Barton, B. E., 1488-1489 
Barton, C. E., 1488 
Barton, Morris H., 1430 
Bartosz, Adam, 1572 
Bassett, Robert C, 1304 
Batchelor, Eliza E., 1604 
Bates, Earl W., 169, 194, 1115 
Bates, W. J., 85, 87 
Bath, Henry D., 239, 255 
Bath, Irving, 255 
Bath, W. E., 255 
Bathgate, J. W., 273 
Bauder, George W., 1157 
Bauer, Alfred, 158 
Bauman, George O., 1185 
Baumann, Otto, 1919 
Bay View (Wis.), see Milwaukee 
Bayfield (Wis.), 64-70 
Bayfield County, 64-77 
Bayne, R. T., 1080, 1088 
Beach, Alex M., 294 
Beach, Fred E., 1955 
Beach, Fred E., Jr., 1955 
Beach, Herbert A., 287 
Beach, Joseph B., 1000, 1955 
Beal, John S., 1785 
Beal, Samuel, 1774-1775 
Bean, S. A., 2111 
Bear Creek (Wis.), 1453 



Bearder, A. M., 2022 

Beaver, William D., 2172 

Beaver Dam (Wis.), 445-455 

Beckman, 583 

Beckwith, Albert C, 2006 

Beckwith, E. S., 2006 

Beder, S., 1240 

Beebe, E. R., 794, 796 

Beeson, E. B., 620 

Beeson, Edward, 611, 618, 620. 628 

Beeson, John J., 619, 627 

Begley, George B., 211 

Beierle, Ella K., 836 

Beisser, Fred, 1906 

Beldenville (Wis.), 1499 

Bell, A. H., 439-440 

Bell, Currie G., 64, 873 

Bell, Donald C, 64 

Bell, Frank H., 1594 

Bell, J. W., 44 

Bell, Mark R., 1579, 1582, 1586, 1594, 

1763 
Belleville (Wis.), 301-302 
Belling, Gustav, 1071 
Bellows, Charles E., 284 
Belmont (Wis.), 1024-1026 
Beloit (Wis.), 1675-1694 
Belson, 2056 
Bender, Louis, 94 
Bendixen, Olaus, 1577 
Bendz, N. L., 522 
Benedict, Donald, 1026 
Benjamin, E. G., 550, 2037, 2087 
Bennett, B. J., 828 
Bennett, D. O., 873 
Bennett, William H., 344, 359, 684, 828, 

1707, 1807 
Benoy, C. L., 1364 
Benoy, John R., 1364 
Bensman, David A., 1096 
Benson, Carroll T., 1373 
Benson, Margaret, 1369 
Bentley, Arthur A., 1007 
Bentley, Emil, 27-28 
Bentley, S. R., 807 
Benton, E. H., 1346 
Benton (Wis.), 1027-1028 
Benz, Otto W., 474 
Berg, Leo H., 2243 
Berg, Michael, 2243 
Bergemann, E. A., 1408 
Berger, Victor L., 1293, 1305, 1331 
Bergh, Martin, 982 
Berlin (Wis.), 772-782 
Bernard, A. G., 866 
Berner, Artemas F., 1057 
Berner, Fred L., 239, 1057 
Berner, Henry, 239, 1057, 1061 
Berner, Henry L., 1057 
Berray, W., 2170 
Berry, John J., 781 
Berryman, John W., 294 
Bersh, William, 566 



297 



Bersing, S. E., 1931 

Best, Arthur M., 1800 

Best, F. H., 2097 

Bestor Bros., 304 

Betts, Arnie F., 245 

Beyer, G. H., 235 

Bickford, Isaac B., 2006 

Bidwell, E. C, 1462 

Bidwell, W. P., 789 

Biemiller, Andrew J., 1343 

Bierce, B. L., 283, 2129 

Bierce, R. C, 1390, 1979 

Biffmann, Friedrich A., 156-157 

Billinghurst, Charles, 469 

Bing, Eugene, 144 

Bintliff, Edward H., 1038 

Bintliff, James, 759, 1038, 1727 

Birchwood (Wis.), 2039-2042 

Bird, George W., 858 

Bird, Rhenodyne A., 1480-1481 

Bird, W. W., 387 

Birnamwood (Wis.), 1846 

Biron, Michael, 1204, 1239, 1256, 1329 

Bishop, A. C., 674 

Bishop, George W., 1428 

Bishop, Godfrey H., 1723 

Bishop, T. W., 684, 698 

Bishop, W. H., 1258 

Bissell, Charles H., 1173 

Bitney, Howard E., 1535 

Bixley, Frank W., 1776 

Black, Alexander, 1063 

Black, John H., 1277 

Black, Norman B., 1069 

Black Creek (Wis.), 1454-1455 

Black Earth (Wis.), 303-306 

Black River Falls (Wis.), 840-843 

Blackbourn, Joseph N., 730 

Blackmun, H. B., 1717 

Blackstone, D. P., 773 

Blackstone, John W., 1046, 1048, 1541 

Blackwell, John A., 1552, 1756-1757 

Blaha, James, 1974 

Blair, L. G., 683 

Blair (Wis.), 1930-1931 

Blaisdell, W. C, 484 

Blake, John W., 299, 680, 858, 1807, 

1825 
Blakeslee, A. P., 968, 979, 995 
Blakeslee, J. P., 979 
Blanchardville (Wis.), 1029-1031 
Blanck, J. P., 2009 
Blaschko, H. J., 1927 
Blatz, Valentine, 1203 
Blied, F. C, 390 
Blied, F. S., 765 
Bliefernicht, H. D., 1074 
Bliefernicht, Mrs. H. D., 1074 
Bliss, Edward U., 828, 1637 
Bliss, George W., 828 
Bliss, H. F., 1727 
Bliss, Robert W., 1727 
Bliss, Sidney H., 1727 



Block, Paul C, 1304 

Blodgett, Dudley, 2201 

Bloodgood, Fred R., 2033, 2036 

Bloom, Clara A., 2191 

Bloom, Grace P., 1548, 1789 

Bloom, Jacob R., 620, 2177, 2183, 2191 

Bloom, Joesph E., 1428 

Bloomer, Sophia E., 1672 

Bloomer (Wis.), 158-162 

Bloomington (Wis.), 674-676 

Blount, Alice S., 1747 

Blue Mounds (Wis.), 307-308 

Blue River (Wis.), 677 

Blumenfeld, David, 874, 891 

Boardman, Henry R., 404 

Bockius, Daniel E., 723 

Boehm, Robert E., 225, 1097 

Boerner, Martin, 1165 

Boex, Anton, 84 

Bogisch, Rudolph B., 481 

Bogrand, George E., 1144, 1169 

Bogrand, George E., Jr., 1169 

Bohan, J. R., 1477 

Bohan, M. G., 1477 

Bohan, Michael, 620, 2063 

Bohemian language newspapers, 956, 

1017, 1212-1213, 1229, 1298-1299, 

1324, 1350, 1606, 1638-1639 
Bohen, 1947 
Bohri, C, 134 
Boland, Monas, 2138 
Boland, W. F., 184, 496 
Bold, Charles F., 1854 
Bold, Louis C, 1854, 1856, 1859 
Bolens, Albert D., 1347, 1472-1473, 

1476, 1485 
Bolens, Eugene B., 357, 396, 470, 476, 

1444, 1485, 1720 
Bolens, Harry W., 1485, 1888 
Bolger, P. H., 871 
Bolles, Stephen, 1416, 1727 
Bollmeyer, J. C, 1085 
Bond, Josiah, 938 
Bond, Josiah, Jr., 504 
Bonduel (Wis.), 1847 
Bone, Charles F., 56, 60 
Bone, Harry L., 60 
Bonkrud, 1781 
Bonn, Henry, 1614, 1635 
Bonynage, Charles, 810 
Booher, R. L., 276 
Booth, A. F., 873, 1952 
Booth, Charles A., 759 
Booth, Sherman M., 1263, 1341 
Boothby, Jonathan, 1776 
Boppe, C. Hermann, 1239 
Borchert, Edward, 1085, 1091, 1770 
Borgen, William, 296 
Borgman, Charles W., 952 
Borschenius, Hans, 346 
Borsheim, Ole B., 1931 
Boscobel (Wis.), 678-685 
Bosshard, John, 962 



298 



Bostian, W. F., 1776 

Botkin, Alexander C, 1304 

Boulet, C. B., 666 

Bouma, O. J., 1088 

Boutin, G. W., 70 

Bowan, J. F., 1144 

Bowen, Francis A., 1747 

Bowen, Oscar E., 1984-1985 

Bowerman, Nelson, 649, 656 

Bowers, 1874 

Bowers, Edgar N., 56, 158, 186 

Bowers, Stephen, 1676, 1697 

Bowker, Lester W., 1863 

Bowman, Frank M., 294 

Bowman, Fred J., 294, 843 

Bowman, William, 1762 

Bowron, 2191 

Bowron, Arthur W., 16 

Bowsfield, C. C, 1214, 1315, 2091 

Boyceville (Wis.), 535-536 

Boycott, Walter J., 971 

Boyd, Frank D., 2068 

Boyd (Wis.), 163-166 

Boyle, J. T., 810 

Boynton, Charles H., 2187 

Bozich, George H., 1708 

Brackett, James M., 128, 185, 572 

Bradbury, A. R., 1417 

Bradbury, S. H., 1532 

Bradley, G. S., 1715 

Brady, Frank H., 668, 1867, 2124, 2127, 

2143 
Brady, Harold E., 668 
Brady, J. H., 668 
Brainard, W. H., 404 
Brainerd, F. O., 840 
Bramer, Henry, 467 
Brand, Otis H., 1669, 1684 
Brandenburg, O. D., 331 
Brandon (Wis.), 600 
Brandt, C. A., 1087 
Brandt, Romain C., 1540 
Brandt, William T., 1080 
Branen, William, 1602 
Brannan, Samuel S., 264 
Brawley, William C., 901, 906, 1055, 

1135, 1405 
Bray, T. Emery, 803 
Brayton, Aaron M„ 393, 1014 
Brayton, Robert, 1401 
Brazeau, Alex, 1413 
Breen, E. R., 412 
Breitweiser, Ray, 850, 854 
Brenner, Charles G., 957, 1463 
Bresee, Abijah, 707 
Bresee, Frank, 707 
Bresee, Horace A., 1028, 2047 
Brewster, J. A., 1683 
Brewster, L. G., 516 
Bridgman, C. F., 194 
Bridgman, Wilbur H., 181, 194, 834 
Briggs, E. H., 1376, 1531, 1977 
Briggs, J. R., 1683 



Briggs, Louis A., 1758, 1769 

Briggs, O. G., 294, 730, 1378, 1758, 1769 

Briggs Bros., 1397 

Brigham, F. H., 1458 

Brigham, George F., 2025 

Bright, Charles M., 2151, 2227 

Bright, J. W., 909 

Brightman, H., 1304 

Brillion (Wis.), 144 

Brinkerhoff, J. H., 663 

Brinsmade, Herman H., 526 

Brisbane, Arthur, 1277, 1335 

Briscoe, Joseph S., 1802, 1807 

Bristol, W. H., 1737 

Britt, Chauncey C, 252, 819 

Britz, Joseph, 1234 

Bro, Frank T., 1842 

Broad, Robert A., 1527 

Broadbent, F. J., 300, 677, 1706, 1967 

Brochtrup, H. W., 165 

Brockman, F. H., 1101 

Brockman, H. A., 716 

Brockmann, Theodore, 182 

Brodhead (Wis.), 735-739 

Brodowski, Zbignien, 1354 

Bronson, D. W., 405 

Bronson, Seymour E., 405, 914 

Brookfield (Wis.), 2067 

Brooklyn (Wis.), 740-743 

Brooks, DeLorma, 1679 

Brooks, Ernest, 674 

Broshar, Stanley R., 1698 

Brothers, J. D., 226 

Brothers, Jessie C, 558, 1464, 1760, 

1908-1909 
Broughton, Charles E., 601, 1893 
Brovald, Walter H., 169, 194 
Brown, Beriah, 329, 373, 377, 1275, 1291 
Brown, Briton S., 1033 
Brown, C. H., 974, 1407 
Brown, C. J., 1280 
Brown, C. W., 2089 
Brown, Chester, 71 
Brown, Daniel C, 1723 
Brown, E. H., 1376, 1378 
Brown, Emma, 857 
Brown, F. A., 1390-1391, 1400 
Brown, Frank D., 214 
Brown, Frank E., 711 
Brown, Fred A., 251, 266, 269 
Brown, George A., 1288 
Brown, George W., 576, 840 
Brown, H. C, 1676 
Brown, Henry L., 1033 
Brown, John A., 252, 261, 1221, 1719 
Brown, John T., 1062 
Brown, Milton A., 1997 
Brown, S. H., 899 
Brown, S. W., 1021 
Brown, Thurlow W., 857 
Brown, Waldo, 294 
Brown, Wallace C, 1676, 1688, 1697, 

1747 



299 



Brown County, 78-126 

Browne, Edmund J., 303, 544, 1824, 

1934 
Browne, Gilford D., 267, 1172 
Browne, Henry E., 136, 544, 1934, 1944 
Browne, J. E., 1172 
Browne, Marshall F., 326, 334, 405 
Brownell, E. E., 526 
Browning, N. F., 1852, 1858 
Bruce (Wis.), 1758 
Brucker, Joseph, 1201, 1239, 1307, 1919, 

1921 
Bruederle, Charles A., 604, 616, 629 
Bruemmer, 954 
Brueske, Walter J., 596, 598 
Bruins, Henry, 1092 
Brule (Wis.), 490 
Brumder, George, 1196, 1225, 1227, 

1300 
Brumder, William C, 1196 
Brundage, 732 
Brundage, Arthur A., 2259 
Brundage, Edward B., 2259 
Brundage, John N., 2258-2259 
Brundage, John N., Jr., 2259 
Bryant, Edwin E., 331, 759 
Bryant, Thomas, 608 
Buchanan, H. Y., 1548, 1981, 2129 
Buchanan, Philip F., 2080 
Buchanan, R., 1446 
Buchanan, S. A., 532 
Buchholz, L. R., 1103 
Buchmann, N. J., 941 
Buck, Charles H., 842 
Buck, Royal, 380, 385, 608, 615 
Buckle, H. W., 144 
Budworth, C. F., 689 
Buehler, Edmund, 1959 
Buehler, Theodore, 128 
Buell, 518 

Buffalo City (Wis.), see Fountain City 
Buffalo County, 127-137 
Bugh, Samuel G., 1045 
Bugh, William A., 779 
Bull, George R., 430, 433, 435 
Bullock, 732 
Bullock, William, 751 
Bump, Raymond E., 478, 1407 
Bunge, Martin L., 1239 
Bunker, Theodore, 1838 
Bunn, F. C, 1983 
Bunner, J. C, 1604, 1998 
Bunsa, George E., 239 
Bunsen Bros., 1936 
Burchard, George W., 851 
Burdick, C. H., 2022 
Burgess, Frank H., 1014 
Burgess, W. T., 1014 
Burghardt, Charles W., 824 
Burghart, George L., 1468 
Buri, Horace L., 858 
Burk, 1515 
Burkard, Fred, 121 



Burkard, Friedrich, 94 

Burkard, H. A., 94 

Burkard, Valentine, 122 

Burke, Fred W., 1003 

Burlington (Wis.), 1598-1602 

Burman, Axel G., 1154 

Burnett, Clarence, 344-345 

Burnett County, 138-143 

Burnham, 2127 

Burnham, D. F., 2151 

Burnham, E. H., 189 

Burnham, John, 2129 

Burnham, Rex H., 1874 

Burns, D. M., 113 

Burnside, George, 656, 2169, 2202 

Burt, Chester P., 1766 

Burton, C, 680 

Burton, John E„ 2020 

Bushnell, J. M., 283 

Buslett, O. A., 384, 1016 

Buth, Agnes F., 870 

Butler, C. M., 265 

Butler, William T., 885-886 

Butterfield, H. K., 2054 

Butterfield, W. H., 462, 1613 

Butternut (Wis), 24-26 

Butts, John A., 937-939 

Buzzell, A. L., 54 

Bye, Bennie, 140, 1534, 1540 

Byers, Elmer, 1850, 2133 

Byers, Francis, 2131 

Byers, Mark R., 1099 

Byrne, E. J., 853 

Byrne, P., 1827 

Byrne, P. J., 1770 

Cacchione, Guiseppe, 1319 

Cacchione, Joseph, 1319 

Cadott (Wis.), 167-169 

Cadwallader, S., 921 

Cady, S. H., 2195 

Calkins, Elias A., 373, 375, 398, 967, 

1275, 1315 
Callahan, J. S., 318 
Callecod, O. L., 388 
Calumet County, 144-157 
Calway, A. W., 167 
Calway, Albert, 215 
Calway, F. D., 167 
Cambria (Wis.), 234-235 
Cambridge (Wis.), 309-310 
Cameron (Wis.), 40-43 
Cammack, A. J., 899 
Camp, Daniel L., 97, 1941, 1955, 2084 
Campbell, A. D., 1339, 2110 
Campbell, Andrew R., 1210 
Campbell, E. E., 59-60 
Campbell, Frank A., 287 
Campbell, Henry C, 599 
Campbell, Joseph H., 67 
Campbell, Moses, 1047 
Campbellsport (Wis.), 601-602 



300 



Campion, T. H., 440 

Candrian, Adolph, 998 

Caneday, D. A., 1549 

Canepa, Theodore T., 1251 

Canfield, W. H., 1803 

Cannon, George, 1485 

Cannon, W. H., 1067 

Carlsen, D. E., 139 

Carmack, A. J., 574 

Carney, M. F., 907 

Carney, Patrick H., 2117-2118 

Carpenter, Mrs. A. R., 2149 

Carpenter, C. W., 35, 56, 216 

Carpenter, George L., 546 

Carpenter, H. B., 1985 

Carpenter, Harland E., 1944 

Carpenter, M. S., 783-784 

Carpenter, Stephen D., 324, 351, 371, 

373, 387, 398, 400, 2227 
Carpenter, Stephen H., 368 
Carpenter, Willard E., 2149 
Carr, Charles F., 2138 
Carr, Egbert E., 759, 1047 
Carr, Frank A., 298, 805, 810, 1960 
Carr, I. T., 221, 751, 858 
Carr, W. B., 486 
Carr, Warner S., 491, 493 
Carroll, 1874 
Carroll, John W., 776 
Carruth, Uri, 785 
Carter, A., 914 
Carter, C. E., 2196 
Carter, E. A., 1802 
Gary, Bushnell B., 1275, 1617 
Gary, John G., 259 
Cary, Lucius G, 1616 
Gary, Walter S., 914 
Case, E. F., 1502 
Casey, Dominick, 2117 
Cash ton (Wis.), 1376-1380 
Cass, Levi A., 919, 937 
Casson, Henry, Jr., 1979 
Cassville (Wis.), 686-689 
Castle, Byron J., 294, 359, 843, 845, 1964 
Catawba (Wis.), 1579-1580 
Cates, L. B., 1462 
Cates, Lewis A., 2151, 2182 
Catlin, L. M., 1551 
Cautereels, P. J., 84 
Cazenovia (Wis.), 1652-1653 
Cedar Grove (Wis.), 1869 
Cedarburg (Wis.), 1470-1471 
Cemus, Frank, 1229 
Centralia (Wis.), see Wisconsin Rapids 
Centuria (Wis.), 1533-1534 
Chambers, John W., 1024, 1027 
Champion, I. G., 672 
Chancellor, J. W., 1391 
Chandler, G G, 842-843 
Chandler, Carl, 1029 
Chandler, John A., 257 
Chandler, Julius C, 3, 257, 576, 1803, 

1810, 1937 



Chandler, N. V., 454, 907, 1576, 1825, 

1827 
Chandler, W. E., 503 
Chandler, Walter G., 699 
Chaney, Josiah B., 828 
Chapel, W., 792 
Chapin, George, 1514 
Chapman, Charles N., 296 
Chapman, G. W., 1341 
Chapman, L. W., 1175, 2163 
Chapman, M. J., 1651 
Chappie, John B., 21 
Chappie, John G, 21 
Chappie, Joseph M., 21 
Charles, Lewis J., 44 
Charles, Lewis P., 40, 44 
Charlton, Edwin A., 736 
Chase, 2143 
Chase, A. G, 537 
Chase, A. E., 1281, 1284-1285 
Chase, Eli R„ 1125 
Chase, S. L., 1398 
Cheatham, M. S., 178 
Cheever, R. W., 1697 
Cheney, D. W., 1390 
Chetek (Wis.), 44 
Chilsen, Walter B., 1064, 1068 
Chilton (Wis.), 145-152 
Chippewa County, 158-195 
Chippewa Falls (Wis.), 170-186 
Chittenden, H. A., 1217, 1258 
Christenson, A. G., 1067, 1069 
Christenson, D. A., 1178 
Christie, Alluna G, 526 
Christie, J. Lute, 526 
Christman, Nicholas J., 1768 
Christy, G. B., 656 
Chubb, C. E., 1519 
Chubbuck, Jerome W., 1135 
Churchill, A. T., 1524, 1537 
Cirilli, Armand F., 832 
Civer, 1687 
Clapp, H. A., 1770 
Clapp, Norman M., 700, 711 
Clark, 2143 
Clark, Anna E., 1577 
Clark, Charles FL, 45, 2243, 2247, 2251 
Clark, Charlotte G, 2138 
Clark, Clarence, 363 
Clark, D. W., 854 
Clark, Ervin G, 197, 233 
Clark, F. E., 794, 796 
Clark, Frank J., 953 
Clark, John T., 264 
Clark, Thomas, 501 
Clark County, 196-233 
Clarke, A. G, 761 
Clarke, Bert E., 1955 
Clarke, Frank L., 561, 1942 
Clarke, James, 1025 
Clason, G. W., 1275 
Clason, Jesse A., 484 
Clausen, C. S., 335 



301 



Clayton (Wis.), 1535 

Clay wood (Wis.), 1410 

Clear Lake (Wis.), 1536-1538 

Cleary, F., 2141 

Cleaver, T. J., 223 

Clement, Charles, 1604, 1628, 1631 

demons, George H., 1304 

Cleveland, 1043 

Cleveland, A. A., 1695, 1704 

Cleveland, E. W., 1863 

Clewell, S. A., 1784 

Clifford, Eugene R., 472, 1922 

Clifford, John, 472, 1355 

Clifford, John D., 887 

Cline, George D., 1786 

Clinedest, S. H., 2183 

Clinton, 855 

Clinton, A. Duane, 2183 

Clinton, A. M., 463 

Clinton, John C, 465, 2033 

Clinton (Wis.), 1695-1705 

Clintonville (Wis.), 2122-2127 

Clive, George D., 828 

Clothier, C. T., 863 

Clothier, William, 1425 

Clough, Ira H., 2183 

Clough, W. E., 207, 1411, 1932 

Cochrane, Edward C, 1159, 2191 

Cochrane (Wis.), 130-131 

Codding, Ichabod, 1341 

Coe, C. B., 868 

Coe, Charles B., 2037 

Coe, Edwin D., 1588, 1683, 2037 

Coe, Ellsworth S., 2037 

Coe, John M., 920 

Coe, Robert K., 2037 

Coe, William A., 51 

Coffman, Charles F., 608, 627 

Cogan, James B., 1173, 1175 

Cogan, John T., 1175 

Colbert, M. Cleveland, 1228 

Colburn, F. H., 1455, 1468 

Colburn, Ralph C, 503 

Colby, A. P., 1243, 1648 

Colby, Claude, 2172 

Colby, J. C, 1648 

Colby, William A., 1598 

Colby (Wis.), 1103 

Cole, Ben A., 919 

Cole, Carrie F., 1552 

Cole, Frank A., 161 

Cole, H. E., 1805 

Cole, L. F., 2187 

Cole, William N., 282 

Cole Bros., 295 

Coleman, Edgar W., 1247 

Coleman, H., 1696 

Coleman, William W., 1247 

Coleman (Wis.), 1141-1143 

Colfax (Wis.), 537-538 

Collins, Adelbert S., 2172 

Collins, Thomas P., 2089 

Collins, Wilkie, 272 



Collinson, George, 1166 

Collipp, Platon G., 5 

Colman, C. F., 1985 

Colman, Louis B., 914 

Colman, Russell B., 914 

Coloma (Wis.), 2161 

Colt, Henry C, 864 

Columbia (Wis.), 198 

Columbia County, 234-283 

Columbus (Wis.), 236-243 

Colvin, R. L., 1727 

Comerford, J. A., 85 

Commentz, Gustav, 1451 

Comstock, C. M., 1173 

Comstock, Clemence A., 1960 

Comstock, H. S., 45, 50 

Comstock, Noah D., 1925 

Comstock, W. M., 1417, 1422 

Comstock, W. T., 259, 1457, 2138 

Comstock, William, 124 

Conable, Clarence R., 1992, 2026 

Conable, E. W., 1992 

Condee, S. P., 753 

Condit, F. T., 1784 

Condit, James D., 1386 

Conery, L. D., 1575 

Conklin, E. F., 873 

Conklin, George L., 1811, 1824, 1829 

Conklin, S. J., 873 

Conley, Joseph M., 708, 717, 1024 

Conn, L. M., 892 

Connaughton, J. A., 817, 827 

Conover, R. B., 1522 

Conrad, William H., 1917 

Conry, Edgar E., 535, 542, 1504 

Converse, Jessie N., 2034 

Conway, J. W., 1102 

Cook, C. A., 2000 

Cook, E. S., 919 

Cook, G. F., 1888 

Cook, George B., 49, 1546 

Cook, Levi H., 1119, 1671, 1818 

Cook, R. L., 673 

Cooksey, Guy E„ 1409 

Cooksey, Joseph M., 1409 

Cool, Robert N., 370 

Cooley, 1687 

Cooley, A. E., 115 

Cooley, E. A., 2007 

Cooley, Everett M., 155 

Cooley, I. E., 1962, 2139 

Cooley, John E., 2255, 2257 

Cooley, John F., 1962 

Cooley, R. P., 155 

Coon, Charles A., 2243 

Coon, Frederic W., 1708, 2093 

Coon, James C, 575 

Coon, Jed W., 1073 

Coon Valley (Wis.), 1956-1958 

Cooper, Charles J., 221, 840 

Cooper, Clay C, 1567 

Cooper, E. Frank, 128 

Cooper, Firman E., 2129 



302 



Cooper, Frank, 216, 840 

Cooper, George F., 840 

Cooper, Guy, 164 

Cooper, Jewett P., 892 

Cooper, O. Byron, 1959 

Cooper, S. A., 1728 

Copeland, Richard H., 128, 564, 581, 

591, 1385 
Corbett, J. F., 2153 
Cornelius, Henry, 2184 
Cornell (Wis.), 187-188 
Comes, E. Wood, 806 
Corning, S. A., 1917 
Corr, Paul B., 2129 
Corwith, S. W., 1824 
Cory, Jack, 1364, 2067, 2076 
Cory, John, 1505 
Costello, E. J., 1293 
Cotes, W. C, 425 
Cotter, J. N., 1067 
Cotton, Hubert E., 1172, 2129, 2172 
Cotton, Joseph D., 2127 
Cotton, Warren L„ 1172 
Cour, Eugene, 2022 
Cousley, Samuel A., 703 
Cover, Joseph C, 699 
Cowan, John, 803, 806 
Coward, Cassius L., 245, 663, 893 
Cowdrey, 2007 
Cowie, A. J., 1927 
Cowles, A. E., 2033 
Cowles, Fred, 1003 
Cowles, Lawrence V., 214 
Cox, Bradford A., 1076 
Cox, J. P., 1837 
Cox, W. D., 2082 
Cox, Walter, 636 
Crabb, George W., 1719, 1723 
Craig, D. J., 300 
Craig, Francis D., 2000, 2086 
Craig, Harry C, 300, 674, 685, 709 
Cramer, John F., 1335 
Cramer, William E., 1335 
Crandall, Dudley, 486 
Crandon (Wis.), 665-668 
Crane, Charles F., 2153 
Cranefield, Frederic, 367 
Cravath, Pitt N., 2031 
Crawford, Earl B., 1105, 1117 
Crawford, George, 824 
Crawford, Robert M., 824 
Crawford County, 284-300 
Creviere, John A., 81 
Crippen, A. C, 1488-1489 
Crivitz (Wis.), 1144 
Croft, A. C, 426 
Croft, William E., 462 
Cronick, Clarence E., 128 
Crosby, Rufus, 803 
Cross Plains (Wis.), 311 
Crosse, Charles S., 422, 435 
Crosse, Richard H., 1192 
Crothers, George E., 221 



Crouch, J. B., 2165 

Crouse, L. L., 1341 

Crowe, E. G., 1085 

Crowe, R. R., 2236 

Crowley, Jere, 1085, 2175, 2200 

Crownhart, Maurice, 139 

Crump, Gordon W., 310 

Crusius, L., 1832 

Cryderman, C. A., 295 

Cuba City (Wis.), 690-691 

Cudahy (Wis.), 1184-1189 

Culbertson, C. B., 193 

Cullaton, M., 373, 450, 875, 884, 888, 

2109 
Culley, Frank C, 924 
Culley, Rudolph, 924 
Culver, Gordon O., 2138, 2170 
Culver, J. O., 393 
Cumberland (Wis.), 45-50 
Cummer, C. H., 1063 
Cummings, T. A., 267, 271, 636 
Cummings, T. C, 191 
Cunningham, Gustavus A., 2187 
Cunningham, T. J., 172, 181, 184, 193 
Cupery, S. J., 235 
Cuppernull, D. E., 1523 
Currie, W. F., 796 
Currie, W. K., 24, 1588 
Currier, George W., 421 
Curtice, Henry J., 2032, 2116, 2171 
Curtin, Frank J., 1118 
Curtis, 2003 
Curtis, Alfred T., 1067 
Curtis, Benjamin W., 445, 462 
Curtis, E. Bowden, 1026, 1038 
Curtis, E. E., 1067 
Curtis, Joseph, 1335 
Curtiss, D. S., 2090 
Curtiss (Wis.), 199-200 
Curtiss- Wedge, Franklyn, 38, 1781 
Cutler, W. G., 1195, 1249 

Daetwyler, W. K., 902 

Dahl, Melvin, 1842 

Dahlen, John N., 412-413, 415, 1168 

Dahlen, V. L., 1168 

Dahlstrom, Andrew, 1622 

Dake, 431 

Dale (Wis.), 1456 

Daleyville (Wis.), 312 

Dallas (Wis.), 51 

Dalton, Carl, 997, 1011 

Daly, 1169 

Dane County, 301-444 

Daniels, Thomas R., 407 

Daniels, W. N., 1112 

Danielson, Peter, 1917 

Danish language newspapers, 1615, 

1622, 2185, 2188 
Dankoler Bros., 146 
Dankoler, Ernest W., 1311 
Dankoler, Harry E„ 1290, 1311 
Darien (Wis.), 1988-1990 



30) 



Darlington, Charles H., 710, 1590-1591 

Darlington (Wis.), 1032-1038 

Dartford (Wis.), see Green Lake 

Daugherty Bros., 2125 

Daugherty, Frank R., 1888 

Davenport, Ben, 2013 

Davidson, A. L., 516 

Davis, A. P., 555 

Davis, B. F., 2200, 2202, 2215, 2217, 2222 

Davis, D. L., 282 

Davis, E. B., 282 

Davis, G., 1696 

Davis, J. V., 251 

Davis, L. E., 773 

Davis, L. J., 871 

Davis, L. T., 239 

Davis, Richard W., 962-963 

Davis, W., 871 

Davis, W. K., 1732, 1745 

Dawalt, James L. 743 

Dawley, W. H., 1059-1060 

Dawson, Allan, 1784 

Dawson, James T., 2023 

Dawson, William, Jr., 365 

Day, Bert, 814 

Day, C. L., 526 

Dayne, W. L., 1408 

Deam, F. A., 1029 

Dean, Edwin G., 1706 

Dean, William C., 1678, 1992, 2038 

Decker, D. H., 555 

Decker, Edward, 89, 953 

Decker, Edward, Jr., 952 

Decker, John R., 240, 663 

Decker, L. G., 1509 

Dee, George E., 177 

Deerfield (Wis.), 313-318 

De Forest (Wis.), 319 

De Groff, John W., 128, 2243 

De Groff, Robert R., 2243 

Dehnel, Paul F., 2223 

Deininger, George, 390 

Delafield (Wis.), 2068-2069 

Delany, Arthur W., 173, 588 

Delany, Butler C., 265 

Delany, James, 261, 1049 

Delany, John, 261,376, 826 

Delany, Joseph, 261,588 

Delavan (Wis.), 1991-1999 

Deming, A. E. 2238 

Deming, Charles, 1074 

Dempsey, S. P., 682 

Denkmann, Irwin M., 1557 

Denmark (Wis.), 78-79 

Densmore, J. B., 1536 

Densmore, James, 936, 2005, 2202 

Dent, E. O., 1863 

Dent, H. R., 1863 

De Pere (Wis.), 80-86 

De Soto (Wis.), 1959-1964 

Dessewffy, Alex, 1349 

Dessewffy, Saudor, 1349 



Dettmann, Dale, 2084 

Deuel, George W., 160, 164, 187-188, 

191,229,538 
Deuster, Peter V., 1257, 1302, 1337 
Devereux, Henry L., 1602, 1683, 1993, 

2019 
Devor, John D., 2005 
Devor, William R., 1598 
Dewey, A., 38, 56 
Dewey, John M., 2128 
DeWitt, Charles A., 688 
DeWitt, I. G., 707, 818 
DeWitt, Ross, 1773 
Dexter, Frank G., 64 
Dexter, I. S., 734 
Dickerson, C, 1509, 1514 
Dickinson, A. F., 1036 
Dickinson, Joseph, 120 
Diederichs, Carl M., 480 
Dietrichson, G. F., 335 
Dillet, F. J., 1159 
Dilley, George W., 811 
Dinsdale, James, 296 
Dionne, Merrill C, 1874 
Dixon, 1691 

Dixon, Charles F., 1989, 2013 
Dixon, George E., 736-738, 747 
Dixon, L. M., 709 
Dobbyn, William R., 178, 549 
Dobson, Mason H., 1688 
Dodge, 1131 
Dodge, Arthur J., 2182 
Dodge, Clarence S., 1381, 1776 
Dodge, Claude B., 36, 1526 
Dodge Center (Wis.), 456 
Dodge County, 445-485 
Dodgeville (Wis.), 803-810 
Doe, Joseph B., 1733 
DoerfHnger, Carl, 1239 
Doerr, Emil, 881 
Dolan, Mrs. L. B., 140 
Domschcke, Bernard, 1206, 1247, 1255, 

1260 
Donald, J. P., 1856 
Donovan, W. C, 363, 2107 
Doolittle, Eugene S., 1502 
Doolittle, H. F., 1502 
Doolittle, L. A., 226 
Doolittle, Stanley E., 1502 
Door County, 486-489 
Dorchester (Wis.), 201-206 
Dore, John S., 218, 228 
Dorn, 1065 

Dornbrook, Donald, 2210 
Dorner, A. H., 1102, 1110 
Dorner, O. W., 1102 
Dorrington, John W., 1391 
Dorschner, Chester, 1992 
Dorsett, A. D., 1805 
Doty, Joseph M., 252, 2113 
Doty, William M., 983, 1001, 1725, 1936, 

1993 
Dougherty, Jonathan, 2202 



304 



Douglas, Charles S., 526 

Douglas, Malcolm C, 550, 1304 

Douglas County, 490-534 

Douglass, H. C, 1816 

Dousman (Wis.), 2070-2071 

Douville, A. F., 1169 

Dovery, Thomas, 38 

Dow, Lura, 868 

Dow, O. P., 868 

Downer, Jason, 1304 

Downie, R. H., 1416 

Downing, A. L., 2050 

Downing, W. E., 528 

Downing (Wis.), 539-541 

Dowst, N. P., 935 

Doyle, Edward J., 244, 1391 

Doyle, Lemuel H., 244, 272-273, 283, 

1391 
Doyle, L. Hobart, 283 
Doyle, T. L., 776 
Dozer, C. Everett, 1074 
Drake, W. A., 540 
Dresser Junction (Wis.), 1539 
Dretze, A. F., 38 
Dreven, Joseph J., 64 
Drew, Robert K., 1738 
Driessen, Lester, 1466 
Drown, Leonard A., 1106, 2129, 2138 
Druliner, Bruce C, 787, 1026, 1176 
Drumb, Isabelle, 277 
Drumb, William A., 277, 2259 
Drury, L. H., 775 
Druyor, J. Alvin, 287 
Dudley, Charles G., 1975 
Dudley, W. H., 1029 
Duerr, C, 1832 
Duff, James, 1180 
Duffie, George C, 650 
Duffy, Patrick F., 1047 
Dugdale, R. L, 714 
Du Hamel, C. M., 703 
Duket, James S., 9 
Du Mez, Delbert C, 902 
Dumond, W. Z., 741 
Dunbar, C. H., 637, 650 
Dunbar, Frank S., 73 
Duncan, J. E., 1034, 1036, 1038 
Dunlap, Elmer, 1960 
Dunn, Charles FL, 1966, 1970 
Dunn, Ernest A., 1067, 1126, 1131 
Dunn, George P., 1185 
Dunn, H. FL, 55, 896, 908, 911, 913-914, 

1813,2246 
Dunn, I. S., 1406 
Dunn, Maude V., 896 
Dunn, Moncena, 2160 
Dunn, O. E., 503 
Dunn, T. K., 896, 914 
Dunn County, 535-558 
Dunphy, Walter R., 435 
Durand (Wis.), 1488-1492 
Durkee, 1591 
Durnal, W. F., 38, 962 



Dusold, Alexander M., 1093 

Dutch language newspapers, 83-84, 86, 

1892 
Dutcher, Ward E., 2093 
Duxbury, Mrs. Louis, 838 
Dvorak, Wenzel M., 967 
Dykins, C. M., 842 
Dykins, C. W., 1802 
Dykins, James, 1802 

Eagle (Wis.), 2072-2075 

Eagle River (Wis.), 1984-1987 

Eames, Claude F., 2005 

Eames, Francis FL, 2005 

Early, G. E., 2022 

East Troy (Wis.), 2000-2002 

Eastman, F. A., 2118 

Eastman, Harry E., 92 

Eastman, Henry F., 1882 

Eastman, John A., 618 

Eastman, Thomas, 718 

Easton, G. S., 1992, 2030 

Easton, Harry D., 314 

Eaton, C. C, 239 

Eaton, Carroll R., 2 

Eaton, Leroy, 905 

Eau Claire (Wis.), 563-592 

Eau Claire County, 559-598 

Ebert, Elmer H., 1598 

Edes, C. E., 137 

Edes, George A., 128, 1955 

Edes, W. H., 137 

Edgar (Wis.), 1104-1107 

Edgerton (Wis.), 1706-1710 

Edmonds, George B., 1857 

Edwards, A. S., 1305 

Edwards, E., 2230 

Edwards, F. E., 605 

Edwards, Ira C, 653, 1770 

Edwards, J. A., 1028 

Edwards, Morris, 64 

Egan, Philip J., 893, 1381 

Egery, E. A., 196. 1608 

Eggers, Edward L., 1139 

Egley, Arthur, 1142, 1168 

Egley, Mrs. A., 1168 

Ehrlich, George, 868, 2070 

Ehrman, Henry S., 309, 432, 851, 1713 

Eickholt, Henry V., 1862 

Eidsmore, O. M., 411 

Eisley, Roland, 1503 

Eland (Wis.), 1848-1849 

Elander, O., 12 

Elberg, T., 1622 

Elder, Ellsworth E., 810 

Eldredge, Charles, 408 

Eldridge, J. D., 1488 

Eldridge, Mrs. J. D., 1488 

Eleva (Wis.), 1932-1934 

Elk Mound (Wis.), 542-543 

Elkhorn (Wis.), 2003-2009 

El kins, Robert E., 230 

Ellarson, James T., 2164, 2170 



305 



Ellermann, H., 1442, 1451 

Ellicott, George S., 1390 

Ellinger, R. A., 784 

Elliott, Charles, 1 

Elliott, Eugene S., 1258 

Elliott, Frank I., 952 

Elliott, H. G., 412 

Elliott, R. R., 1164 

Ellis, Albert G., 105, 1231, 1574, 1576 

Ellis, Kenneth M., 1088 

Ellison, C. S., 592 

Ellison, Hugh, 1938 

Ellsworth, Clarence H., 640 

Ellsworth, George L., Jr., 545 

Ellsworth (Wis.), 1500-1503 

Elm Grove (Wis.), 2076 

Elmwood (Wis.), 1504-1506 

Elroy (Wis.), 892-898 

Elwell, Joseph S., 990, 1784 

Elwood, George C, 37, 42, 44, 59, 

142-143, 1552 
Elwood, Kenneth, 868 
Ely, George, 1552 
Emerald (Wis.), 1772 
Emerson, Addison, 2032, 2116 
Emerson, Earl N., 319 
Emmel, Anthony A., 802 
Emmers, 1460 
Emmons, N. E., 2257 
Emunson, F. A., 833 
Endeavor (Wis.), 1171-1172 
Ender, August F., 38, 56, 181, 207, 221, 

1488-1489 
Ender, William A., 158, 1927 
Enert, Julius, 1091 
Engelbretsen, Isabelle, 2073 
Engelke, G. L., 750 
Engelmann, Joseph, 874 
Englund, A. H., 1176 
Englund, John, 1865 
Englund, Luther, 1865 
Engstrom, James M., 7, 1149 
Erb, Charles W., 2207 
Erb, Herman, 1451 
Erdman, R. A., 1367 
Erdmann, 1642 
Erickson, George W., 54 
Erickson, Harold, 1842 
Erickson, Harvey, 51, 229 
Erickson, John L., 525 
Erickson, Walter F„ 40, 61 
Ericson, Alvin E., 1847 
Erlandson, Willis J., 866 
Esser, Bernhard, 390 
Esser, John C, 1862 
Estlund, Bruce, 711 
Ethridge, Jesse, 2172 
Ettrick (Wis.), 1935 
Euen, William, 659, 1341 
Eureka (Wis.), 2174 
Evans, A. L., 1791 
Evans, E. C, 1267, 1362 
Evans, Elmer H., 2218 



Evans, R. C, 405 

Evans, Thomas, 2068 

Evans, Verle E., 791 

Evans, W. G., 1406 

Evanson, P. O., 1016 

Evansville (Wis.), 1711-1717 

Evenson, O. J., 1939 

Everdell, Lyman B., 776 

Everett, Fred E., 1803 

Everett, Thomas L., 1184, 1313 

Everill, Thomas A., 407, 416, 438 

Evers, William, 203 

Everson, Harland E., 314, 1708 

Evjue, William T., 327, 352 

Ewald, Robert, 594 

Ewe, Lewis, 941 

Excelsior (Wis.), 1654 

Fagg, Benjamin F., 957, 960 

Fairbrother, R. L., 1858 

Fairchild, C. M., 1157 

Fairchild (Wis.), 593-595 

Fairfield, G. A., 293 

Fairwater (Wis.), 603 

Falb, A. T., 1614 

Falk, Armand, 784 

Falk, Helmuth, 1226 

Fall Creek (Wis.), 596-598 

Fall River (Wis.), 244 

Fallon, M. G., 2095 

Famerlee, John, 960 

Fank, August, 164 

Farber, Charles G., 848 

Farlin, E. G., 848, 1924, 1943 

Farnham, William H., 1390 

Farnum, Alonzo L., 2017 

Farnum, Edgar J., 2005, 2017 

Farnum, H. R., 627 

Farquharson, H. D., 680, 699 

Farrar, George E., 1690 

Farrar, Josiah T., 2063 

Farrar, R. E., 876 

Farrel, John A., 451 

Farrington, G. A., 1853 

Faulds, James R., 1939 

Faulds, John G., 1927 

Faulds, William B., 1939 

Fauteck, Paul J., 24, 845, 1918, 1931, 

1968 
Favreau, Lee, 214 
Fay, L. M., 331 
Fay, M. A., 670 
Fay, Mrs. M. A., 670 
Fehlandt, Carl, 1487 
Fehrenbach, A. J., 673 
Feldschneider, E. W., 881, 1373 
Felker, Charles W., 2202 
Felton, D. C, 2217 
Fennelly, Edward, 30 
Fennimore (Wis.), 692-694 
Ferguson, A. J., 1956 
Ferguson, Edward, 2160 
Fernandez, Dudley W., 379, 2227 



306 



Ferrell, John A., 2228 

Ferris, Clifford G., 1430 

Fessenden, Fred C, 2028 

Fessler, James, 94 

Fetty, A. B., 1967 

Fiedler, 103 

Fields, William H., 2161, 2163 

Fifield, Henry O., 69 

Fifield, Samuel S., 21, 64, 69, 1551 

Fifield (Wis.), 1581-1582 

Fillmore, F. E., 751, 1684 

Fillmore, John S., 1304 

Finch, E. Lynn, 1408, 1935 

Finch, William R., 990, 1006, 1390 

Finn, David, 1067 

Finney, C. G., 2202, 2215, 2217 

Finnish language newspapers, 515, 529 

Finstad, Marshall, 532 

Fischer, Adolph, 941 

Fish, E. C., 1711 

Fish, Spencer C., 1718 

Fisher, Charles L., 138 

Fisher, Enos E., 1425 

Fisher, S. M., 1425 

Fisher, William H., 1425 

Fishier, G. W., 656 

Fiske, Charles W., 587 

Fitch, Charles W., 150, 1079, 1628 

Fitch, James V., 457, 643 

Fitzgerald, J. P., 32 

Fitzgibbon, James H., 1057, 1851 

Fladeland, J. Earl, 660 

Flagg, Alfred M., 500 

Flagg, H. C, 1838 

Flanagan, John B., 1459 

Flanagan, Martin C, 2236 

Flanders, A. R., 1224 

Flaven Bros., 1269 

Fleck, Willibald, 1239 

Fleischer, F., 981 

Fleischer, K. J., 335 

Fletcher, C. Rockwell, 546 

Flickner, P., 1671 

Flint, J. T., 229, 550 

Flint, Rockwell J., 550, 1519 

Florance, Charles S., 1776 

Florence (Wis.), 599 

Florence County, 599 

Flower, Frank A., 509, 1214 

Fogo, Stephen W., 1667 

Fogo, William M., 1667-1668 

Foley, John, 688 

Foley, Timothy, 2055 

Follett, Dwight I., 101 

Follett, Mrs. D. I., 101 

Folsom, C. W., 1542, 1552 

Fond du Lac (Wis.), 604-633 

Fond du Lac County, 600-664 

Fontaine, Albert L., 2254, 2258 

Fontaine, Paul, 2258 

Fontanazza, Frank, 1251 

Foote, A. S., 978, 983 

Foote, C. E., 504 



Footville (Wis.), 1718 

Forbes, Clarence A., 267, 478, 600, 2165 

Forbes, S. D., 1181 

Forbes, W. E., 594, 1181 

Ford, C. W., 1827 

Ford, Josiah G., 1809 

Forest, S. S., 5 

Forest County, 665-673 

Forkmann, Hans H., 480 

Forrest, Mark, 1233, 1306 

Forsen, Gustav L., 1149, 1160 

Fort Atkinson (Wis.), 848-857 

Fort Howard (Wis.), see Green Bay 

Fort Winnebago (Wis.), see Portage 

Foss, R. H., 415 

Foster, 2010 

Foster, Arthur G., 269 

Foster, C. G., 1683 

Foster, George R., 1591 

Foster, John, 1135 

Foster, Sidney, 1491 

Fountain City (Wis.), 132-135 

Fowler, Leslie M., 1612 

Fowler, Victor, 181 

Fox, Fenton S., 108 

Fox Lake (Wis.), 457-461 

Frackelton, R. G., 2097 

France, H. T., 724 

Francis, Robert E., 784, 796 

Francisco, Henry H., 1381 

Franckenberg, Arthur, 2061, 2063 

Frank, Michael, 937 

Franke, Marilyn, 2076 

Frantz, Orlando H., 1746-1747 

Fratny, Fredrich, 1328 

Frazier, Cameron W., 2080 

Frazier, John H., 287, 1673 

Frazier, M. V., 842, 1966, 1973 

Frederic (Wis.), 1540-1542 

Frederick, George B., 967 

Frederick, Robert B., 311, 1514 

Fredrichs, C. F., 1986, 2127 

Freer, Howard M., 557 

Freer, Theodore, 280 

Freid, Leonard, 187 

Fremont (Wis.), 2128 

French, M. C, 495, 500, 504, 570 

French language newspapers, 517 

Frentz, Theodore, 2207 

Friberg, Carl, 7 

Frick, H. W., 750, 1681, 1730 

Friedlander, Theodore, 565, 633, 2207 

Friedrichs, Carl F., 25 

Friedrichs, Ferdinand C, 25 

Friendship (Wis.), 3-6 

Friese, A. H., 1893 

Fris, H. H., 1277, 1304 

Frissell, M. A., 62, 1527 

Fromme, Emil, 1077 

Frost, H. L., 1777 

Frost, J. Wilson, 810 

Fuelleman, Benjamin, 1733 

Fuhr, Anna, 525 



307 



Fuhr, J. J., 525 

Fuller, 1245, 2127 

Fuller, B. J., 165, 204 

Fuller, C. J., 866 

Fuller, Charles D., 1181 

Fuller, Dorothy, 914 

Fuller, George E., 1 171, 1178, 1 181 

Fuller, Guy G., Jr., 2080 

Fuller, J. W., 1657 

Fuller, N. W., 643, 1644 

Fuller, Rex N., 1945 

Fuller, V. O., 914, 1407 

Fuller, William W., 711 

Fullerton, Charles H., 247 

Fullmer, B. M., 214 

Fulton, David C, 1786 

Fuss, Jacob, 110 

Gabriel, C. Marshall, 1874 

Gabriel, James E., 314 

Gaffron, Otto, 1873-1874, 1886 

Gaffron, Mrs. Otto, 1874 

Gale, George, 2008 

Gale, H. R., 1952 

Galer, Kenneth, 711 

Galer, M. H., 1959 

Galesville (Wis.), 1936-1938 

Gander, Ronald C, 814 

Gander, Walter, Jr., 1984, 1986 

Gannon, Leo B., Ill 

Ganz, Edwin F., 128 

Ganzlin, Karl, 1831 

Gardner, 478 

Gardner, S. E., 759 

Gardner, Walter E., 101 

Gargulak, Frank J., 1185 

Garland, D. D., 953 

Garland, George C, 953 

Garlock, Glenn W., 1021 

Garlock, Mrs. G. W., 1021 

Garwood, Orin, 1760 

Gary, George, 2202, 2217 

Gaskill, George G., 1023 

Gaskill, Mrs. G. G., 1023 

Gaston, H. B., 2015 

Gates, Clough, 21, 524 

Gates, W. R., 1513 

Gauger, Albert H., 1926-1927, 2240 

Gauger, Robert O., 1955 

Gaylord, Curtis P., 1532 

Gaynor, J. A., 2118 

Gays Mills (Wis.), 284 

Gcbhardt, Carl, 390 

Gehre, John H„ 1135 

Gehrke, Leo, 482 

Gehrke, O. A., 482 

Geisenheimer, Frank, 967 

Geisler, F.. 1063 

Gelatt, Roland B., 973, 990, 1003 

Geneva Lake (Wis.), see Lake Geneva 

Genoa City (Wis.), 2010-2014 

Genoa Junction (Wis.), see Genoa City 

George, Curtis F., 45, 459-460, 1608 



George, H. C, 461 

George, Isaac D., 938 

George, William, 2054 

Geraghty, A. F., 26 

Gerlich, Julius H., 1571 

German language newspapers, 13, 27- 
28, 91, 94, 107, 110, 118, 121-123, 127, 
130, 135, 151-152, 157, 203-204, 222, 
237, 253, 263, 332, 389-390, 401, 466, 
474, 480-481, 483, 530, 534, 552-553, 
565-566, 568, 573, 577, 604, 609, 612- 
613, 616, 623, 629-630, 633, 641, 647, 
712, 750, 758, 765, 769, 793, 797, 859, 
862, 874, 890-891, 900, 941, 954, 965, 
980, 985, 994, 998, 1002, 1019, 1053, 
1055, 1058, 1061, 1066, 1071, 1076- 
1077, 1081, 1084, 1086, 1093, 1108, 
1121-1122, 1137-1138, 1140, 1162, 
1193, 1196, 1200-1207, 1215, 1225- 
1227, 1234, 1239, 1244, 1246-1248, 
1255-1256, 1260, 1272, 1278, 1292, 
1295, 1300-1302, 1307-1309, 1316, 
1325-1332, 1337, 1348, 1442-1443, 
1449, 1451-1452, 1460, 1463, 1474- 
1475, 1487, 1492, 1571, 1592, 1601, 
1610, 1614, 1621, 1623, 1629, 1636, 
1642-1643, 1646-1647, 1681, 1730, 
1831-1832, 1859, 1862, 1871-1872, 
1880-1881, 1891, 1894, 1900-1904, 
1911-1913, 1921, 2059, 2061-2062, 
2066, 2075, 2124, 2154, 2176, 2184, 
2197, 2206-2208, 2220, 2222, 2231, 
2240, 2245, 2256 

Germer, Amos E., 2247 

Gerth, Emil, 13 

Gertschen, Alex P., 1109 

Gesler, Frank B., 38, 962 

Gesler, Gertrude, 962 

Gessert, A. P., 201, 1103 

Gessert, Mrs. A. P., 1103 

Getter, Ray, 1191 

Getting, Miles T., 761 

Gharrity, William H., 177 

Gibbs, H. A., 1753 

Gibbs, M. H., 2195 

Gieger, Julius, 1058 

Giegerich, Bert, 1824 

Giegold, George, 941 

Gifford, George C, 143, 778, 782 

Gilbert, O. H., 1990 

Gilbertson, Elmer E., 844, 1935 

Gilbertson, Florence S., 844 

Gilbertson, Helmer L., 844, 1408, 1935 

Gile, Durant C, 1706 

Gile, R. FL, 845 

Gile, Ray E., 845 

Giles, W. A., 429 

Giles, W. T., 749 

Gilkey, George E., 137 

Gilkey, George W., 128, 574, 1939 

Gilkey, H. W., 1417 

Gill, Charles R., 881 

Gill, I. W., 1980 



308 



Gillett, G. M„ 1890 
Gillett, James M., 632, 1890 
Gillett (Wis.), 1411 
Gillies, David A., 1198 
Gilman (Wis.), 1907-1909 
Gilpin, William S., 1944-1945 
Gingras, Julien C, 1841 
Ginty, George C, 101, 177, 1418 
Ginty, Mrs. G. C, 177 
Ginty, Henry D., 1418 
Gipple, Bert A., 1938 
Glasier, Charles J., 674 
Glasier, H. W., 710 
Glaze, A. T., 608, 640, 645, 2151 
Gleason, Walter E., 1176, 2127 
Glen Flora (Wis.), 1759 
Glenbeulah (Wis.), 1870 
Glendale (Wis.), 1190 
Glennon, Edward D., 1567 
Glennon, John W., 1567 
Glenwood City (Wis.), 1773 
Glick, P. A., 295 
Glidden (Wis.), 27-30 
Glover, John E., 1786 
Glover, William E., 650 
Gluck, F. W., 1962 
Gmeiner, John, 1215 
Gobar, G. G., 1757 
Goddard, H. Gordon, 191 
Godfrey, George W., 1214, 1249 
Goebel, Edward, 1053, 1055 
Goerz, Albert, 859, 879 
Gold, Herman, 690 
Golden, E. Kemsley, 807-808 
Goldsmith, C. F., 171 
Goldsmith, George W., 680, 685 
Goldsmith, Harlow E., 1979 
Goldsmith, Ralph D., 680 
Goldsworthy, James, 1514 
Goldthorpe, William H„ 691 
Golliday, B. C, 458 
Gonyea, Floyd J., 1185 
Good, L. A., 2246 
Good, S. L., 2246 
Goodall, W. H., 1362 
Goodell, B. F., 259, 264, 490, 1173 
Goodell, S. D., 790, 832 
Goodhue, Alletta D., 1948 
Goodhue, E. N., 1948 
Goodhue, James M., 699 
Goodlad, W. H., 807 
Goodland, Walter S., 1618, 1640 
Goodman, Maurice, 259 
Goodrich, Frank L., 1896 
Goodrich, Leroy A., 39, 1489 
Goodwin, Frank D., 239, 272 
Goodwin, H. W., 2079 
Goral, B. E., 1289 
Gordon, 1781 
Gordon, A. E., 331 
Gordon, E. E., 2141, 2148 
Gordon, Edward, 1917 
Gordon, Newton S., 37-38, 51 



Gore, Leroy, 853, 1525, 1833 
Gorham, A. D., 1063, 1857 
Gorham, D., Jr., 1857 
Goss, Ida May, 2047 
Gottsacker, Franz, 1891 
Gottsacker, William, 1891 
Gough, Arthur, 171 
Gould, Nathan J., 1342 
Gove, Richard L., 1477, 1482 
Gowdey, D. C, 832 
Gowdy, D. C, 445, 790 
Grafton (Wis.), 1472-1473 
Graham, D., 1860 
Graham, J. R., 1860 
Graham, Malcolm, 1390 
Grahl, Gustav, 1292, 1629, 2219 
Grand Rapids (Wis.), see Wisconsin 

Rapids 
Grant, Harry J., 1257 
Grant, J. W., 38, 164 
Grant County, 674-729 
Granton (Wis.), 207-209 
Grantsburg (Wis.), 138-139 
Grassold, Joseph, 149, 152, 1076 
Gratiot, A. F., 1046 
Gratiot (Wis.), 1039 
Graves, F. H., 1981 
Graves, R. L., 1978 
Graves, S. H., 1753 
Gravesville (Wis.), 153 
Gray, Alexander T., 1719 
Gray, Hamilton H., 1034, 1042, 1045 
Grede, Arthur L., 1364 
Green, James P., 743 
Green, W. J., 92 
Green Bay (Wis.), 87-123 
Green County, 730-771 
Green Lake (Wis.), 783-786 
Green Lake County, 772-797 
Greendale (Wis.), 1191 
Greene, Frank A., 1038 
Greene, George W., 660, 662 
Greene, James H., 290, 294 
Greene, W. B., 707 
Greenwood (Wis.), 210-211 
Greer, Thomas S., 1168 
Gregg, Andrew K., 185 
Gregg, Frank B., 531 
Gregory, G. W., 1672 
Greisch, Cletus J., 1105 
Gresham (Wis.), 1850 
Greulich, August, 1302 
Greulich, Millard, 1436 
Greverus, Ernst, 773 
Gribble, C. H., 716 
Griffin, A. A., 2116 
Griffin, A. B., 873 
Griffin, Floyd W., 1674 
Griffin, I. S., 1977 
Grimm, A. L., 1597 
Grimsrud, Alton T., 63 
Grinde, L. G., 347 
Griswold, D. W., 964, 1021 



309 



Grosser, H. S., 1859 
Grosser, Hugo, 1061 
Grottkau, Paul, 1203 
Gruber, J. E., 1407 
Grumley, E. I., 1446 
Grumm, F. W., 182, 480 
Grundeland, L. C, 1752, 1754 
Grunnert, B. G., 121 
Guenther, Richard, 1193 
Guernsey, L. T., 1999 
Gueterbock, B. H., 1337 
Guinan, F. E., 1105 
Gullord, W. E., 1506 
Gunderson, G., 45-48, 1527 
Gunderson, L. L., 45 
Gunderson, Russell, 314 
Gurley, E. W., 1495 
Guscholl, John, 2185 
Guthrie, T. B., 164, 666 
G wynne, C. C, 1936 

Haas, Carl, 623 

Haas, Frank, 623 

Haas, Gustav, 1247 

Haase, 2143 

Haber, P. B., 608 

Habernicht, William, 2000 

Hackett, Charles P., 1650 

Hackett, H. L., 931 

Hacston, G. A., 269 

Hadden, A. A., 1763 

Hadden, Frank W., 810 

Haddock, George C, 454 

Hadley, J. A., 875 

Haehnel, 1076 

Haestrup, William, 1622 

Hagar, Glenn L„ 284 

Hage, Julius T., 1957, 1983 

Hagen, Martin E., 1378, 1408 

Hager, B. J., 1829 

Hager, Werner, 954 

Hagerty, Albert H., 945, 2014-2015 

Hahn, Maximilian, 985 

Hahne, August A., 480 

Haight, Theron W., 1233, 1304, 2109 

Haight, W. H., 1906 

Haight, Walter L., 1640 

Haight, William, 866 

Haines, Frank R., 1378-1380, 1983 

Haines, John A., 962, 1379 

Haislet, Fred W., 8, 37, 61-62 

Hale, B. E., 1250, 1683 

Hale, D. D., 1117 

Hale, E. T., 212, 893, 1404 

Hales Corners (Wis.), 1192 

Hall, F. H., 934, 937 

Hall, George W„ 1022 

Hall, H. O., 1659 

Hall, John O., 11 

Hall, Joseph W., 1167, 1414 

Hall, W. W., 2033 

Halline, Paul L., 82 

Halls, John R., 1503 



Halls, Oscar A., 1503 

Halonen, George, 529 

Halsted, Oliver L., 1411 

Halvorson, Charles, 807 

Halvorson, Donald A., 536 

Halvorson, Herman K., 535 

Ham, L. W., 1758 

Hamilton, 66 

Hamilton, Edmund C, 764 

Hamilton, H. W., Jr., 953 

Hamilton, William S., 825 

Hamley, Gordon, 600, 662 

Hammer, Einar O., 1656 

Hammergren, David I., 131, 135, 1506, 

1538 
Hammergren, David, Jr., 1552 
Hammergren, David J., 131, 1548 
Hammergren, Larry E., 131, 1548 
Hammill, Frank, 2047 
Hammond, William W., 436, 1706 
Hammond (Wis.), 1774-1777 
Hamstreet, Charles R., 1038 
Hancock (Wis.), 2160-2161 
Hand, F. B., 491, 830, 832, 834, 2194 
Haney, 954 
Hanford, C. C, 2027 
Hanford, I. L., 736 
Hanna, Isaac W., 2238 
Hanna, M. C, 1683 
Hannaford, W. E., 2141 
Hansbrough, H. C, 1802 
Hansell, J. E., 926 
Hansen, Blaine, 1686 
Hansen, C. J., 668, 1462 
Hansen, Carl B., 2079 
Hansen, Mabel V., 2079 
Hansen, Ray E., 853 
Hansen, Richard E., 899 
Hansen, W. H., 1514, 1541 
Hanson, B. D., 902 
Hanson, C. F., 1063 
Hanson, Frank H., 902 
Hanson, H. D., 417, 743 
Hanson, John B., 893, 902 
Harbeck, D. J., 2057 
Harbeck, William J., 2057 
Harding, W. E., 1527, 1538 
Hardy, E. M., 1735 
Hardy, Oscar J., 2217 
Haremza, Mrs. R., 2045 
Harger, Ashley D., 878, 2096 
Harmon, A. C, 500, 509, 594, 640 
Harmon, Fred N., 796 
Harmon, Jessie K., 594 
Harmon, R. W., 796,2170 
Harmon, W. P., 796 
Harney, R. L., 2211 
Harney, Thomas A., 1415, 2228 
Harper, Ben L., 1874 
Harper, Charles L., 699 
Harper, Jerome L., 1514 
Harquall, Jean L., 517 
Harrington, D. B., 957 



310 



Harrington, Grant D., 1992 

Harris, Arthur T., 487 

Harris, Chandler F., 487 

Harris, Frank E., 1552 

Harris, Henry, 487, 1148 

Harris, J. Edward, 89, 486 

Harris, John C, 1181 

Harris, Joseph E., 487, 952, 1917 

Harris, Joseph E., Jr., 486 

Harris, Seymour J., 487 

Harrison, John A., 938, 1604, 1628 

Harrison, L. A., 1063 

Hart, A. Wellington, 1198 

Hart, Charles F., 2211 

Hart, Cyrus S., 1417-1418 

Hart, Fred E., 1977 

Hart, Matthew J., 24, 29 

Hart, Milton S., 2022 

Hart, R. B., 45, 49 

Hartford (Wis.), 2052-2056 

Hartland (Wis.), 2077-2079 

Hartley, Albert J., 187 

Hartman, E. L., 854 

Hartson, H. H., 210 

Hartwell, 1982 

Hartwell, Fred A., 967 

Hartwig, F. E., 1776 

Harvey, Harry V., 1103 

Harvey, J. J., 1238 

Harvey, Louis P., 935 

Harvey, Robert O., 1103, 1115 

Harvey, Wells F., 221 

Hase, F. C, 82 

Haskins, H. T., 1802 

Haste, R. A., 500 

Hastings, George H., 1426 

Hatch, 66 

Hatch, J. M., 2130 

Hathaway, Arthur C, 2089, 2091 

Hathaway, Clarence R., 2054-2055 

Hatlestad, Ole J., 1603 

Haug, John, 941 

Haugen (Wis.), 52 

Haughawout, F. S., 1034, 1036 

Haughton, Joseph W., 1, 741, 1376, 

1457, 1983, 2030 
Haukohl, Fred, 1082 
Hauser, John F., 135 
Haven, Alfred E., 977 
Haven, Spencer, 1784 
Hawkins (Wis.), 1760-1761 
Hawks, 1814 
Hawks, John S., 1631 
Hawks, N. C, 2069, 2090 
Hawley, Orestes K., 1770 
Hawley, William E., 1770 
Hayden, Harriett, 2251 
Hayden, Harrison, 1258 
Hayden, Harry, 993 
Hayden, Henry R., 1389 
Hayden, John P., 164, 167 
Hayden, Victor F., 1173, 1181 
Hayes, Elliott K., 1831 



Hayward (Wis.), 1836-1841 

Hazel Green (Wis.), 695 

Hazeltine, I. S., 1664 

Hazeltine, W. B., 650 

Hazelton, J. F., 238 

Head, Eugene R., 934 

Heal, Byron F., 1856 

Heal, J. P., 1856 

Healy, F. A., 30 

Heaney, Samuel W., 2217 

Hearn, Albert S., 803 

Hearst, William C, 2036 

Hearst, William Randolph, 1277 

Heath, B. S., 2179 

Heath, Charles W., 1966 

Heath, F. W., 1591 

Heath, Frederic, 1305 

Heath, W. H., 149 

Hedquist, E. G., 32 

Heft, Elvert, 245 

Heg, Evan H., 1603 

Heg, James E., 2020 

Heidel, Herbert F., 784 

Heidkamp, Adolph, 1478, 1487 

Heidmann, Harold F., 952 

Heidmann, Harry H., 949, 952 

Heidt, Frank, 263, 900 

Heikkinen, Knut E., 529 

Heindel, Sydney C, 1050 

Heinemann, Fred, 1081 

Heino, David, 529 

Heise, H. A., 1714 

Heise, H. J., 1140 

Helfert, J. E., 447, 450 

Helmer, Clayton E., 1499 

Helmer, F. R., 1700 

Helms, R. E., 1172 

Hemmy, A. J., 2055 

Hemp, Richard A., 832, 1113 

Hendrickson, Norval, 1753 

Henke, C. W., 1783 

Henkel, E. G., 1356 

Hennen, N. J„ 1906 

Hennessey, R. J., 1840 

Hennessey, W. E., 2073-2074 

Henning, B. S., 2230 

Henning, John O., 618 

Henry, R. H„ 1436, 1440 

Hensel, E. F., 1931 

Hepp, Frederich, 135 

Herlihy, J. S., 1653 

Herlihy, Mrs. J. S., 1653 

Herman, John E., 1967 

Herr, H. C, 2245 

Herrell, E. G., 561-562 

Herrell, E. M., 562 

Herron, George D., 640, 646 

Herron, John, 823-824 

Herzog, Ernst F., 1325 

Hess, Albert, 1927 

Hess, George, 1457 

Hesselgrave, Anna, 1408 

Hesselgrave, E. G., 1383, 1408 



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Hesselgrave, Lloyd D., 1408 

Heth, Edward H., 2119 

Hetzel, H. C, 1067 

Heuston, George Z., 1927 

Hewett, James, 221 

Hewitt, G. P., 934 

Heyer, A. O., 1880, 1886 

Heyn, 1888 

Heyrman, John B., 81, 83, 86 

Hibbard, J. M., 421 

Hickev, D E., 85 

Hickler, Simon, 1203, 1329 

Hickhng, D. P., 1679 

Hickok, Dale C., 125, 167, 1468 

Hicks, John, 2217 

Hicks, Stewart E., 1181, 1286, 1371, 

1651 
Hidden, Walter S., 435 
Higgins, F. M., 2022 
High, A. J., 759 
Highland (Wis.), 811 
Hilbert (Wis.), 154 
Hildreth, James T., 920 
Hilgard, Henry F., 1642 

(Henry Villard) 
Hilgen, J. H., 1471 
Hill, C. H., 842 
Hill, George W., 1057 
Hill, J. C., 82 
Hill, S. W., 1644 
Hill, Vernon E., 1835 
Hill, W. F., 914, 1825 
Hill, Warren L., 711,811 
Hill, William, 290, 1807 
Hille, George C., 1898 
Hilliker, H. M., 56 
Hills, S. S., 730 
Hillsboro (Wis.), 1965-1966 
Himley, Cordial G., 673 
Himley, John E., 673 
Hinckley, Albert G., 1391, 1397 
Hinckley, Jay R., 256, 907, 1377, 1391, 

1397, 1399 
Hinderaker, Hughitt H., 2078-2079 
Hinshaw, M. D„ 143, 1541, 1546, 1588- 

1589 
Hirsch, Emil, 589 
Hirsch, Frank, 1917 
Hirsch, Max, 2063 
Hjort, J. L., 1012 
Hoag, A. G., 446 
Hoar, Blair E., 2046 
Hoard, Halbert L., 853 
Hoard, William D., 853 
Hobart, C. M., 843, 896 
Hobart, H. H., 784, 795-796, 2167 
Hobart, Henry F., 1680, 1690 
Hobart, William, 784 
Hock, Albert F., 1878 
Hodder, Thomas H., 920 
Hodges, C. N., 2151 
Hodgins, David, 1457 
Hoen, C. A., 1708 



Hoenmann, N. G., 1452 

Hoenneveld, K. C., 2249 

Hoffman, B. A., 2110 

Hoffman, Charles, 955 

Hoffman, Francis A., 1 135 

Hoffman, Horace J., 184, 220-222, 286, 

291 
Hoffman, Joseph C, 1215, 1302, 1337 
Hoffman, Joseph W., 2098 
Hoffstead, William, 138 
Hohmann, E F„ 137 
Holasek, Michael, Jr., 1350 
Holbroecks, C, 998 
Holbrook, M. D., 825 
Holcombe (Wis.), 189-190 
Holford, Castello N., 674, 676, 696-697 
Holford, W. H., 675 
Holland, James P., 876, 881, 887 
Holland (Sheboygan County), 664 
Hollandale (Wis.), 812-814 
Hollembaek, H. M., 2192 
Hollenbeck, C. E., 1925 
Hollister, 103 
Hollister, J. F., 841 

Hollister, Theodore F., 170, 1390, 1392 
Holly, Alanson, 281-282 
Holly, H. O., 282 
Holm, Haybert, 1410 
Holman, E. S., 313 
Holman, Nels, 313, 316 
Holman, Roy, 38, 53, 63, 1538 
Holmen (Wis.), 964 
Holmes, John E., 1358 
Holmes, Tillie, 941 
Holmes, Winslow H., 70, 2151 
Holston, E. M., 1747, 1750 
Holt, A. G., 2170 
Holt, Benjamin, 371 
Holt, Charles, 1727 
Holt, Kenneth, 803 
Holt, W. E., 810 
Holway, Chester P., 150, 1874 
Homme, William, 1866 
Honigmann, C. W., 1066 
Hood, A. J., 709 
Hood, N. B., 1658 
Hood Bros., 1807 
Hook, Fred L., 1361 
Hooker, Culver E., 663 
Hooker, Eli, 618, 663 
Hooper, Charles W., 1425 
Hooper, John J., 1874 
Hooper, W. H., 1532 
Hopkins, H., 1462 
Hopkins, Mary B., 383 
Hoppe, Albert, 89 
Horicon (Wis.), 462-466 
Horn, Adlai S., 1470 
Horn, Alexander W., 1470 
Horn, Frederick W., 1470 
Horner, S. W., 1802 
Horner, Thomas C, 1885 
Horrell, G. H., 212 



312 



Hortonville (Wis.), 1457 

Horwitz, Isador S., 135 J 

Hoskinson, George E., 101 

Hostman, H. W., 1873 

Hotchkiss, Carl W., 460 

Hotchkiss, Dean J., 460 

Hotchkiss, John, 270, 460, 1990, 1994, 

2005 
Hotchkiss, W. M., 231, 541, 544 
Hotchkiss, William R., 38, 550, 738 
Hotschik, George M., 1592 
Hough, F. M., 2233 
Hough, George A., 1979 
Hough, Harry, 1050-1052 
Houghton, Joseph W., 1 
Houser, Walter L., 137 
Hovey, James, 177 
Howard, 730 
Howard, E. Ruth, 2070 
Howard, Frank P., 1992 
Howard, Lyle R., 187 
Howard, R. W., 187 
Howard, Robert F., 973 
Howard, Wallace H., 187, 190, 561, 

1942 
Howard, Mrs. W. H., 187 
Howe, E. B., 285 
Howe, Elmer L., 310, 320, 603, 650- 

651, 657-658, 694, 702, 784 
Howe, Henry E., 285, 300, 680, 709, 81 1 
Howe, Henry M., 2194 
Howe, James R., 1427, 1985, 2246 
Howe, L. K., 1876, 1886 
Howe, Lyman J., 285 
Howe, Randall E., 650 
Howe, Russell L„ 639, 650 
Howe, Russell S., 2194 
Howell, 1691 
Howell, J. Luverne, 2028 
Howell, R. B., 2028 
Howery, A. L., 1039 
Howery, C. V., 1035, 1050 
Howery, G. M., 1035 
Howery, L. B., 1035, 1050 
Howland, G. W., 881 
Hoxie, I. A., 313, 418, 741, 1712, 1716, 

2093 
Hoxie, W. T., 313, 1714 
Hoyt, H. W. 331 
Hoyt, Melvin A., 1276 
Hoyt, Otis, 1784 
Hubbard, J. P., 682 
Hubbard, J. S., 1683 
Hubbell, H. B., 662 
Hubbell, Singleton B., 1917 
Hubbs, Charles L., 317, 866 
Huber, Joseph F., 2063 
Huber, Joseph J., 2063 
Huber, Mrs. J. J., 2063 
Huber, Mark, 2063 
Hudson, Fred, 1552 
Hudson (Wis.), 1778-1786 
Huebner, Arthur M., 1360 



Huffman, William F., 2255, 2259 

Hughes, B. W., 235 

Hughes, Mrs. B. W., 235 

Hughes, E. H., 1391 

Hughes, James, 1780 

Hughes, John F., 485 

Hughes, John P., 1075 

Hughes, Thomas, 450 

Hugoboom, Ray W., 202, 206 

Huhn, Albert G., 62-63 

Huhn, Heinrich, 1239 

Huhn, Oscar F., 1880, 1891, 1904 

Huibregtse, Donald, 1931, 1935 

Hulett, Henry M., 1616, 1628 

Hull, E. A., 274 

Hull, Edgar C, 453-454 

Hull, Marion S., 76, 1773 

Hull, Merlin, 840, 842 

Hull, Perry M., 840 

Hull, S. S., 36, 45 

Hull Bros., 2224 

Humbird (Wis.), 212 

Hume, John P., 150, 2242 

Hume, John P., Jr., 150 

Hume, William A., 150 

Humphreville, William, 97-98 

Humphrey, E. P., 1446 

Humphrey, L. S., 1387 

Hungarian language newspapers, 1349 

Hunger, Jacob, 1203, 1331 

Hunn, Frank J., 2240 

Hunner, John, 128 

Hunt, Charles E., 65 

Hunt, G. F., 2054 

Hunt, J. B., 2117 

Hunter, Charles D., 177, 181 

Hunter, J. R., 1217 

Hunter, Paul F., 550 

Huntington, B. F., 716 

Huntington, Carr, 236, 475 

Huntington, E. P., 1795, 1839 

Huntington, Edward, 1773 

Huntington, Roy C, 716 

Huntington, W. H., 1488, 1491 

Hurd, E. N., 907 

Hurd, Judson, 285 

Hurlburt, H. P., 1514 

Hurlburt, Thomas M., 187 

Hurlbut, Edwin, 2091 

Hurlbut, Mrs. E., 2091 

Hurlbut, Ira D., 294, 296, 1654 

Hurley, C. S., 1335 

Hurley (Wis.), 830-835 

Husband, E. E., 1532 

Husher, F. A., 981 

Hustisford (Wis.), 467-468 

Hutchins, F. A., 445 

Hutchins, John L., 1106 

Hutchinson, 1972 

Hutchinson, A. L., 2153 

Hutchinson, Buell E., 285 

Hutchinson, Clarence M., 905-906 

Hutchinson, George, 940 



313 



Hutchinson. R. G., 1157 

Huth, Fred R., 139, 143 

Hutter, Stephen H.. 1572 

Hutto, Robert D.. 485 

Hvatt, Samuel C. 1667 

Hyde, Frank, 780, 1182 

Hvde. Ravmond G., 1417 

Hver. George, 376, 379, 387, 398-399, 

885-886, 1221, 1275, 2113, 2227 
Hver. J. B., 387 
Hyman, John D., 621, 2201 

Inland, Leonard O., 319 

Inland. William G.. 415 

Ihne. Wilhelm, 1911 

Ilstrup, George C., 2088 

Independence Wis.), 1939-1940 

Ingalls, A. F., 1792 

Ingersoll, C. L., 1964 

Ingersoll, Chalmers, 1683 

Ingersoll, H. G., 1559 

Ingersoll, Luther A., 172, 1552 

Ingersoll, Nekton H. ; 239 

Ingle. Ernest E., 1553 

Ingraham, James E., 2258 

Ingram, C. A., 1489 

Ingram Wis. |, 1762 

Inmansville Rock County), 335 

Inversetti, Charles J.. 640 

Iola Wis.), 2129-2130 

Iowa Countv, 798-829 

Irle. William, 2046 

Iron Countv, 830-836 

Iron River Wis.), 71-72 

Irvine, W. H.. 706 

Irvine, William. ' I " 

Irvine, William. Jr.. 181 

Italian language newspapers, 835, 1319 

Ives, E. EL, 1514 

Lev, A. M., 1021 

Jackson, 583 

Jackson, M. L.. 1 5 S^ 

Jackson, Maurice R., 1192 

Jackson Countv, 837-^47 

Jacobi, A., 91 

Jacobs, A. V.. 828 

Jacobs, W. A.. 1626 

Jacobson. Kenneth. '7 

Jaeckel, F. A., 1862 

Jaeger, Nancy, 2076 

Jaeger, William R., 1064, 1105, 1126, 

1364, 1430 
James, Charles L.. 572 
James, H. D., 239 
Jameson, W. F., 284 
Jamieson. W. F., 1496 
Janda, Joseph H., 956 
Janda, Robert J., 197 
Jane. Henry, 1046 
Janesville Wis.), 1719-1744 
Janskv, John J., 883 
Jarvis, D. T., 829 



Jasiorkowski. T. A., 1289 

Jefferson (Wis.), 858-863 

Jefferson Countv, 848-891 

Jeffries, Hugh, 143 

Jeglum, Leonard G., 297 

Jenison, E. M., 608 

Jenkins, Clarence, 1125 

Jenkins, W. C, 89 

Jenkinson, R., 600 

Jennings, George E., 663 

fenny Wis.), see Merrill 

Jensen. Edward. 1622 

Jensen, L. W., 1959 

Jensen. M. A.. 1931 

Jensen. Yern R., 1543, 1546 

Jermain. T. D.. 1304 

Jersild, J. S.. 2185 

Jesse, O. C, 1976 

Jetter, J. C, 1820 

Jewell, S. A., 2168 

Jilson, J. B., 935 

Joachim, L., 1832 

Joerns, W. G.. 530 

Johns, Ered W.. 405. 1824 

Johns, W. H., 955, 2127 

Johnson, 2134 

Johnson, A. K., 986 

Johnson, Albert L., 945, 2015 

Johnson, Alfred, 245 

Johnson, Alvin F., 274, 319, 1766 

Johnson, Buchanan, 2163 

Johnson, C. 1782 

Johnson, C. F., 100? 

Johnson, C. H., 1115 

Johnson, C. N., 1063-1064 

Johnson, Carl. 1192 

Johnson. Clarence J., 84 5 

Johnson. D. H„ 285 

Johnson, Dewitt S., 1067, 1427, 2165 

Johnson, E. G., 1304 

Johnson, E. O., 1839 

Johnson, F. H„ 2129 

Johnson, Forrest. 1505 

Johnson, G. W.. 602 

Johnson, H. B., 1 

Johnson, H. L., 294 

Johnson, H. R., 194 

Johnson, Harlan J., 680-681, 699, 

M 5-816 
Johnson. Mrs. H. J. 
Johnson. Harrv, 811 
Johnson, J. C.,1039 
Johnson, Mahlon H., 135 
Johnson, N. E., 1532 
Johnson, Robert H., 1135, 1137 
Johnson, T. J., 739 
Jonas, Charles, 1638 
Jonas, Fred, 1638 
Jones, Clarence N., 2114 
Jones, George L„ 162, 186, 2046 
Jones, Griff O., 562, 1183 
[ones, Harry, 144 
Jones, Hugh J., 802 



514 



Jones, J. H., 2151 

Jones, J. S., 2151 

Jones, J. Bovd, 1716 

Jones, James E., 77, 255, 277, 280, 2046 

Jones, Lawrence F., 650 

Jones, O. F., 1779 

Jones, Porter, 92 

Jones, Richard L., 393 

Jones, Thomas C, 876 

Jones, Thomas H., 1288 

Jones, W. H., 807 

Joppa, L. E., 51, 316 

Jordan, A. C, 1547 

Jordon, A. M., 273 

Jordon, C. S., 1719 

Jorgensen, A. W., 867 

Jorgenson, Arthur, 1546 

Josev, J. Anthonv, 1340 

Jouno, Russell J., 280, 1853 

Juda (Wis.), 744-747 

Juhl, Hans, 1150 

Junction City (Wis.), 1557 

Juneau (Wis.), 469-476 

Juneau County, 892-915 

Junor, David, 773 

Jurva, 515 

Kaempfer, Henry B., 2064 
Kaempfer, Henrv C, 2064 
Kaime. George S., 2195, 2212 
Kaine, J. L., 1304 
Kaiser, J. C, 1442 
Kalhar. Daniel J., 1960 
Kalmback, Albert C, 1314 
Kampo. James H., 953 
Karel. John R., 953, 960 
Karlowicz, Victor, 1572 
Kartack, I. C, 1874 
Kartack, J. F., 1805 
Kaste, Ivan C, 2237 
Kaukauna (Wis.), 1458-1463 
Raul, William, 468 
Kautenberg. W. C, 15 
Kavanaugh, John F., 1530 
Kearney, Donald W., 465 
Kearnev, Robert X., 465 
Keats, Myron E., 2002 
Keegan. William, 319 
Keeler, David M., 1304, 2024 
Keeler, H. J., 1509 
Keelev, D. T., 2064 
Keenan, Kenneth J., 1074 
Keenev, H. S., 2153 
Keeney. J. C, 851, 856, 2026, 2153 
Kegel.James P., 284 
Kehl, Emil, 891 
Keithlev, Donald H., 866 
Keller. Marcus M., 1846. 2129 
Kellev, George V ., 796 
Kellev, H. E., 1587 
Kelle\. ]ohn. 473 
Kellev. W. H.. 510 
Kellogg, Ansel N., 1807 



Kellogg, D. R., 1029 

Kellogg, R. F., 2220 

Kelsey, Henry, 185 

Kempter, Frank J., 129 

Kendall, John A., 1004 

Kendall (Wis.), 1381 

Kendrick, C. D., 1344 

Kendrick, William J., 1320 

Kennan (Wis.), 1583-1586 

Kennedy, Andrew E., 2046 

Kennedy, C. S., 303 

Kennedy, John, 666 

Kenney, Eugene, 2005-2006 

Kenney, P., 412 

Kenny, L. W., 1398-1399 

Kenosha (Wis.), 916-941 

Kenosha County, 916-948 

Kent, H. J., 1699, 1755 

Kenvon, Harriet V., 32 

Kenvon, I. A., 31-32 

Kenvon, R. E., 521 

Kepler, Svlvester S., 581 

Kerningham, R. N., 2246 

Kerr, Charles S., 113 

Kerr, James, 113 

Kessler, A. H., 703 

Kessler, L. P., 803 

Kessler, Mrs. L. P., 803 

Kestler, Hal C, 853 

Ketcham, Edward A., 1865 

Kewaskum (Wis.), 2057 

Kewaunee (Wis.), 953-959 

Kewaunee County, 949-961 

Keyes, Julius H., 572, 881 

Kibbe, E. C, 894, 1514 

Kibbe, Fred, 1398, 1403 

Kidder, Joseph K., 1013 

Kiel (Wis.), 1076-1077 

Kilbourn (Wis.), see Wisconsin Dells 

Kilbourne, Edward S., 1183 

Killeen, John A., 937. 940 

Kimball, 2010 

Kimball, J. M., 1223 

Kimball, Leonard H., 2191 

Kimball. Mather D., 102 

Kimball, Morris B., 516, 531, 1501- 

1502, 1514 
Kimbel. Paul M., 2194 
Kimberlv, E. O., 736, 1735 
King, Adelaide, 662-663 
King, E. A., 1868, 2126, 2141 
King, F. C, 403 
King, George J., 235 
King, Rufus, 1304, 1328 
Kingsley, R. S.. 934 
Kingston (Wis.), 787 
Kinkel, Ervin E., 478 
Kinkel. Victor R.. 478 
Kinney, W. A.. 195 
Kivchner. Albert C, 1598 
KirchofT, Albert W.. 814 
Kirk, Ernest C, 2246 
Kirk. John N., 1489 



315 



Kirkpatrick, G. L., 1939 

Kirkpatrick, H. C, 1181, 1931 

Kirkpatrick, Leo E., 1490 

Kitchen, Fred I ., 2048 

Kitz, Harvey J., 1355, 1367 

Kitz, Harvey T., 2236 

Kjelstorp, August, 538 

Kjome, O. O., 847, 1958 

Klabouch, John V., 1213 

Klaesy, Gustave, 734 

Klauer, J. M., 689 

Klebesadel, C. R., 1856 

Klebs, F. C., 635 

Klein, Charles, 1349 

Kleinpell, H., 390, 1832 

Klentz, Arnold H., 1373 

Klentz, Emil, 485 

Klimowicz, Paul, 1572 

Kline, John K., 101, 111, 1446 

Klinefelter, Laura, 1 

Klinefelter, Ralph E., 1 

Klinger, Harold L., 1494 

Klinker, John C., 1452, 2176, 2184 

Klintworth, D., 625 

Klovdahl, Simon, 525 

Klunder, August F., 1855-1856 

Knapp, J. Gilbert, 376, 398-399 

Knapp, Samuel G., 826 

Knapp, Stout and Co., 550 

Knapp (Wis.), 544-546 

Knappen, C. C, 504 

Knapping, C. C, 585 

Kneeland, Floyd A., 1758 

Knight, James G., 1035 

Knippel, Walter, 1880 

Knowlton, H. M., 873 

Knox, E. S., 650 

Koch, Loren M., 265 

Koch, Paul G., 1598 

Koenig, G. H., 1945 

Koeppen, George, 1196 

Kohli, Fred L., 750, 765 

Kohli, Robert, 750 

Kohlmann, Charles, 1646, 2197, 2206, 

2231 
Kohlmann, Valentine, 1646, 2197, 2206 
Kohn, Julius, 1832 
Kommerstad, Walvin M., 1958, 2045 
Konkel, Fred W., 510 
Konkel, Joseph S., 499, 509-510 
Koontz, J. D., 1372 
Koontz, William, 1372 
Korizek, Frank, 1638-1639 
Kortsch, Leopold, 577 
Koski, Henry, 529 
Kosmo, T. R., 137 
Krahe, Fred, 1629 
Krahn, C. E„ 2057 
Krahn, Elmer A., 1293 
Krake, Loren W., 2147, 2149 
Krai, J. J., 1638 
Krall, Edward A., 1299 
Kramer, Edward F., 310, 417 



Kramer, H., 237, 2059 

Kratochwill, Paul, 711 

Kraus, G. V., 2242, 2244 

Kraus, Michael, 1257 

Krause, M. B., 1485 

Krause, W. B., 1475 

Krebs, Lester J., 1373 

Kredl, Charles, 1653 

Kredl, Edward W., 1653 

Kremer, Felix A., 303 

Kress, H. G., 1080, 1082 

Kribs, F., 1953 

Krieps, Martin M., 532 

Krohn, A. C, 411 

Krohn, Elmer, 411 

Kronschnabl, Herman L., 196, 201, 668 

Kronschnabl, Jack, 668, 1173 

Kronshage, Ernest H., 1238 

Krueger, Ernest F., 235, 787 

Krueger, Fred C, 2070 

Krueger, Herbert L., 2022 

Krueger, Otto R., 891 

Kruer, August, 389 

Krumme, Henry, 980 

Kruszka, Michael, 1230, 1261-1262 

Kubis, J. V., 1229 

Kuechenmeister, Val T., 582 

Kuehn, Gerhard A., 985 

Kuenne, Herman A., 1076 

Kumlau, T. C, 616 

Kuntz, C. C, 1832 

Kurneman, William J., 701 

Kurths, Eric, 263 

Kurzrok, Glenn A., 2001 

Kurzrok, O. R., 2001 

Kusick, Henry, Jr., 1350 

Kutchin, D. W., 271, 1970, 2162 

Kutchin, Howard M., 608, 851 

Kuypers, Harold M., 81 

Kuypers, John A., 80-81, 86 

Laack, Arthur J., 2064 

Labar, R. E., 2121 

Lacey, Yates T., 734 

La Chance, James H., 868 

La Crosse (Wis.), 965-1019 

La Crosse County, 962-1022 

Lacy, Thurlow W., 294 

La Due, Albert D., 1009, 1883 

La Due, Joshua, 1009, 1883 

Ladysmith (Wis.), 1763-1766 

La Farge (Wis.), 1967 

Lafayette County, 1023-1052 

La Follette, Robert M., 340 

La Follette, Robert M., Jr., 340, 352 

La Fortune, R. E., 52 

La Grandeur, Donald, 1798 

Laird, Edward, 667 

Lake, C. Victor, 403 

Lake, Charles H., 403 

Lake, Ivan C, 316 

Lake Delton (Wis.), 1818 

Lake Geneva (Wis.), 2015-2024 



316 



Lake Mills (Wis.), 864-867 

Lake Nebagamon (Wis.), 491-493 

Lamb, Charles W., 2183 

Lamb, W. H., 579 

Lambert, Davis, 399 

Lambert, George W., 175 

Lambert, W. D., 440, 1075 

Lamborn. Arthur B., 1393 

Lamborn, J., 1393 

Lamereaux, Clarence A.. 45 

Lancaster (Wis.), 696-703 

Landgraf, A., Jr., 957 

Landgraf, G. H., 848 

Landry, Jasper, 32 

Landwehr, Justin M., 135 

Lane, S. H., 1232 

Lang, A. W., 233 

Lang, Peter, 233 

Lang, S. L., 251, 272 

Lange, Harold A., 63 

Lange, Louis A., 627 

Langeland, Knudson, 1603. 1721 

Langlade County, 1053-1062 

Langsworthv, Andrew J., 1312 

Lantz, Floyd L., 143 

Laona (Wis.), 669 

La Plant, Earl M., 489 

Largo, Charles. 525 

Larin, D., 1155 

Larke, George H.. 791, 2236 

Larkin, Jovce, 1986 

Larsen, Albert, 1146 

Larsen, J., 1158 

Larson, Alpheus W., 333. 2237 

Larson, Carl O.. 1378 

Larson, Kenneth L.. 1076 

Larson, Lowell S.. 239 

Larson, William, 1548. 2237 

Larssen, Edward, 349 

Lathrop, Joseph. 1275 

Latton, Arthur L. 1917 

Lauder, W. S., 1771, 1774 

Laughlin, James W.. 814 

Lauson, Richard, 1076 

La Valle (Wis.), 1812-1817 

Law, Abe W., 1046 

Law, H. T., 1046 

Law, T. J., 1046 

La we, John D., 92 

Lawrence, A. W., 486 

Lawrence, George H.. 791 

Lawrence, Mildred, 680 

Laws, G. L., 1667 

Lawson, Andrew J., 1558-1559, 2140, 

2152,2171 
Lawton, Grant H., 868, 914, 1117. 2033. 

2073 
Lawton, J. W., 881. 1993. 1996. 2019 
Lawton, W. C. 1716 
Layer, Elmer, 5 
Leach, Lucien B., 728 
Leahy, Frank W., 990, 1570 
Leahy, Weldon C, 1570 



Leary, Warren D., 56 

Le Beau, H. C, 1843 

Le Bell, A. O., 158 

Le Bell, James W., 233, 1115 

Lechleidner, C. W., 881 

Le Count, Fred L., 2054 

Le Count, J. M., 2054 

Le Count, W. G., 2141 

Ledyard (Outagamie County), 1462 

Lee, Ellis A., 711 

Lee, H. W., 1566-1567 

Lee, Robert G., 1074, 1397 

Leeson, Jesse A., 221 

Lehmann, A. C, 107 

Lehnertz, Walter P., 202 

Leicht, Charles A., 907, 910, 1109 

Leicht, Charles A., Jr., 910 

Leicht, Donald M., 910 

Leicht, Joseph, 135 

Leigh ton, 2104 

Leigh ton, A. J., 145 

Leighton, Frederick B., 1548, 1789 

Leininger, Milton, 1928 

Leith, Charles A., 1927, 1952 

Leitsch, Robert C, 240 

Leland, Frank, 1990, 1996, 2005, 2017 

Lemen, 1515 

Lemmers, F. M., 1361 

Lemmon, John D., 823 

Lena (Wis.), 1412 

Lennon, W. L., 831 

Leonard, C. T., 1814 

Leonard, E. FL, 2209 

Leonard, Joseph A., 2032, 2116 

Leonard, W. H., 1733 

Leopold, A. F., 928 

Le Poidevin, Harry R., 1628 

Leroy, Edward W., 1148, 1157 

Leroy, Fred, 776 

Lesler, Louis P., 680 

Lesler, Mrs. L. P., 680 

Letch, F. C, 1548, 1798 

Leuschen, Frank, 1109 

Levy, Thomas C, 1346 

Lewis, Frank A., 1032 

Lewis, G. C, 1514 

Lewis, Gordon R., 1360-1361 

Lewis, Jay, 692 

Libby, A. M., 1714, 1717 

Libby, C. A., 1714, 1717 

Liebig, W. G.. 1918 

Lienhard, J. C, 474 

Lightner, j. S., 269 

Limbocker, George W., 679 

Lincoln, Fred T„ 1157 

Lincoln County, 1063-1075 

Lind, Charles G., 2021 

Lind, G., 1062 

Linden (Wis.), 815-818 

Lindenmeyer, Paul A., 2022 

Lindermann, Herman von, 890 

Lindley, D. T., 713, 881, 896, 901 

Lindley, Thomas, 896 



311 



Lindner, R. E., 1906 

Lindstrom, Uno, 7, 522 

Lindvig, L. M., 54 

Lingard, T. G.,413 

Litchfield, L. L., 540 

Litonius, John, 22 

Little, Clair H., 784 

Little, Newton S., 540, 1800 

Little Chute (Wis.), 1464-1466 

Littlefield, S. D., 1905 

Livermore, Frank F., 773, 1676-1677, 

2212, 2234 
Livingston (Wis.), 704 
Lloyd, James W., 1489 
Locke, James, 1538 
Locke, Thomas N., 1067 
Lodgaard, C. B., 191 
Lodi (Wis.), 245-248 
Loebel, Oscar, 1901 
Lofgren, Cornelius W., 1773 
Lohmann, Charles, 135, 1629 
Lohmar, C, 1140 
Lohmar, H. J., 123 
Loibl, Henry M., 2073 
Lokken, A. T., 1931 
Lomira (Wis.), 477-479 
London (Wis.), 320 
Lone Rock (Wis.), 1655-1660 
Long, Dudley S., 487, 1265 
Long, E. A., 784 
Long, Frank, 487 
Long, Ivan D., 582 
Look, Edward L., 1563 
Loomer, H. M„ 1857 
Loope, George L., 1454, 1917 
Loose, H., 1202 
Loper, Charles E., 1062 
Lord, Cyrus K., 995 
Lottridge, Leonard, 990, 1006, 1021 
Lotz, H. A., 1793 
Louden, G. B., 1544 
Lounsbury, George F., 1304 
Lowater, Charles, 1525, 1801 
Lowater, Donald, 1525 
Lowe, J. R., 1533 
Lowell, F. A., 1425, 1428 
Lowell, J. R., 665 
Lowenbach, R., 750 
Lowman, C, 1826 
Lowrey, B. J., 699 
Lowster, D. W., 540 
Lowth, Frank, 470 
Loyal (Wis.), 213-214 
Lubovic, P. C, 219 
Luce, G. S., 1937 
Luce, Samuel S., 1936-1937, 1952 
Luce, Walter S., 1003, 1936 
Luck, O. A., 640 
Luck (Wis.), 1543-1544 
Luckow, Edward L., 1809 
Ludtke, C. W., 791 
Ludtke, C. W., Jr., 791 
Luedicke, Otto, 1247 



Luedke, E., 1619 
Luehr, William H., 2259 
Luetterick, Frank, 534 
Lunak, J. V., 956 
Lund, Emil, 1160 
Lund, Everett B., 964 
Lund, Oscar W., 1543 
Lund, Otto P., 310, 1051 
Lund, T. C, 422 
Lush, Charles K., 973 
Lusk, D. M., 1513 
Luxemburg (Wis.), 960-961 
Lynch, 954 
Lyon, Granville, 452 
Lyons, Thomas F., 2242 
Lyons, William C, 43, 62 
Lyser, Gustav, 390 
Lytle, I. G., 784 

"M. Quad," 1573 
Mabry, J. S., 383 
McAfferty, W. A., 2030 
McAfferty, W. J., 2022 
McArthur, Archibald, 807 
McArthur, C. L., 1223 
McAvoy, J. H., 2200 
McBride, David, 902, 1386 
McBride, Perry P., 128 
McBride, Wilfred, 1386 
McCall, Duane S., 1417 
McCall, Ernest J., 1417 
McCarthy, 2104 
McCarthy, Philip J., 1164 
McCartney, David, 97 
McCay, Frank J., 2030 
McChesney, H. A., 730 
McClellan, N. E., 1041 
McClelland, E. C, 56 
McCleneghan, Alex R., 1381, 1407 
McConnell, F. J., 1035 
McConnell, Gordon, 1758 
McConnell, Thomas, 796, 906, 2235 
McCord, Myron FL, 487, 1063, 1857 
McCormack, A. W., 1758 
McCormack, C. B., 62 
McCormick, B. E., 736 
McCourt, C. FL, 1552 
McCourt, Harry W., 59, 1552 
McCourt, J. H., 1552 
McCourt, T. B., 1920 
McCoy, B. E., 1390 
McCoy, Clark S., 1390 
McCoy, John, 1462 
McCullough, Charles E., 2129 
McCune, D. A., 17 
McDonald, Donald, 710, 1163 
McDonald, G. I., 949, 960-961 
MacDonald, James T., 251 
McDonald, June, 903, 2014 
McDonald, Michael, 951 
McDonald, S. C, 710 
McDowell, George D., 298 
McEldowney, Andrew, 1021 



318 



McElroy, E. F., 1170, 1185 

McElroy, Thomas H., 155, 1048, 1185, 

1214 
McElroy, William H., 1188 
McFarlane, George, 1083 
McFarlane, John, 1078, 1083 
McGary, H. C, 1384 
McGillivray, J. J., 842 
McGillivray, V. A., 226 
McGinley, C. H., 1035 
McGinnity, J. A., 1023 
McGlachlin, Edward, 1570 
McGowan, Hugh L., 547 
McGregor, A., 2096 
McGregor, Donald D., 1588 
McGregor, J. L., 1588 
McGuigan, W. F., 814, 1029 
McHale, William J., 150 
Machia, W. H., 952 
McHugh, William K., 252 
Mclntyre, A. A., 1940 
Mack, I. F., 736 
Mack, I. F., Jr., 736 
McKay, A. F., 516 
McKay, B. F., 1961 
McKay, W. J., 1802 
McKeague, J. W., 508 
McKeague, R. E., 508 
McKee, Clarence E., 163, 232, 1767, 2248 
McKee, Mrs. C. E., 2248 
McKee, David, 729 
McKee, Douglas M., 2248 
McKee, Glenn D., 207 
McKee, Robert, 729 
McKee, William B., 67 
McKenney, L. C, 674, 680, 714, 721 
Mackey, E. W., 1080 
Mackey, J., 1826 
McKinley, Hays, 937 
McLain, Thomas W., 1145, 1371 
McLean, 515 

McLoughlin, Robert R., 2084 
McMahon, John, 1774 
McMahon, P. F., 235 
McManamy, P. J., 1378 
McMullen, C. A., 1703 
McMurray, J. D., 1628 
McNamara, Stephen L., 267 
McNeil, M. B., 2224 
McNulty, F. R., 2084 
MacQueen, William J., 1117 
Macrorie, A. C., 1345, 2093, 2252 
McUmber, R. C., 881, 1873 
McVean, D. Cassius, 938 
McWatty, Charles E., 440 
Madden, Henry, 804 
Mades, H., 2207 
Madigan, Thomas G., 1020 
Madisen, Erik L., 1447 
Madison (Wis.), 321-401 
Maertz, Edward F., 78, 1094 
Magann, E. W., 1258, 1275 
Magee, George, 1716 



Mahoney, D. O., 997 

Mahoney, J. L., 1730, 1736 

Mahoney, Lewis J., 2083 

Mahoney, Paul W., 997 

Maiben, 1972 

Maiden Rock (Wis.), 1507-1509 

Mallett, Charles, 699, 720 

Mallo, Daniel, 238, 241 

Malone, Edward, 1651 

Maloney, D. W., 1759, 1765 

Maloney, John J., 1927 

Manawa (Wis.), 2131-2132 

Mandt, Gunder G., 359, 409, 414, 427 

Mandt, T. G., 422 

Manitowoc (Wis.), 1078-1093 

Manitowoc County, 1076-1101 

Manley, Andrew J., 216 

Mann, Jacob E., 2063 

Mann, James C, 1737 

Mann, John E., 2063 

Manners, B. F., 201 

Manners, William, 196, 201 

Manning, Ben E., 1109, 1849 

Mapes, Addison P., 642, 654 

Mapes, T. J., 654 

Marathon (Wis.), 1108-1109 

Marathon County, 1102-1140 

Marble, Francis C, 1051 

Marden, H. W., 919, 927, 930-931 

Marinette (Wis.), 1145-1162 

Marinette County, 1141-1170 

Maring, L. H., 954 

Marion (Wis.), 2133 

Markesan (Wis.), 788-792 

Markham, Ada R., 1939 

Markham, Daniel S., 736 

Markham, George A., 1939-1940 

Markham, Marshall D., 736 

Marks, C. R., 301, 441, 484, 733, 814 

Markus, Frank, 1910, 1919 

Markus, R. H., 1103 

Marlatt, Ernest F., 934 

Marlatt, Walter T., 934 

Marolla, Edoardo, 2163 

Marquette County, 1171-1183 

Marschalette, G. O., 1661 

Marschner, A. R., 1886 

Marschner, Alfred, 1894, 1900 

Marsh, C. O., 1062 

Marsh, F. A., 1676 

Marsh, George, 1886 

Marsh, H. N., 2015 

Marsh, Jerome L., 699, 715, 721, 1886 

Marsh, S., 492 

Marsh, Theodore, 1442 

Marshall, Albert M., Jr., 776 

Marshall (Wis.), 402-403 

Marshfield (Wis.), 2238-2245 

Marston, C. C, 1697 

Marston, J. T., 387 

Marta, Frank, 835 

Martenson, Merton, 40, 44 

Martin, 1038, 1131 



319 



Martin, C. A., 10(52 

Martin, Charles I., 486 

Martin, Francois, 534, 2256 

Martin, G. A., 1819 

Martin, Lee, 1766 

Martin, Lewis C, 289 

Martin, M. C, 43, 1763 

Martin, Roy, 1842, 1845 

Martin, S. W., 355 

Martin, William I., 1608 

Martin Bros., 1455 

Martindale, W. B., 919 

Martner, Wallace E., 287 

Marvin, Gale E., 1514 

Marvin, H. S., 82, 89 

Marvin, Jonathan J., 1042 

Mason, Lynn A., 40, 44 

Mason, Thomas O., 45 

Masse, Hamilton F., 953 

Massing, F., 401 

Masters, George E., 1514 

Matchett, E. J., 1944 

Mathes, George P., 877 

Matheson, James D., 1941 

Mathews, W. D., 751, 1684 

Math wig, Arthur, 1862 

Mathys, George, 1927 

Mathys, Leonard, 1927 

Matt, H., 1911 

Matteson, W. H., 1491 

Matthews, Jay, 144 

Matthews, John H., 1873 

Matthews, Richard I., 2170 

Mattoon (Wis.), 1851-1853 

Mattson, Leo, 529 

Matzke, Merlin, 736 

Maurer, Joseph, 87, 1145 

Mauson, 1108 

Mauston (Wis.), 899-902 

Mawson, John E., 876 

Maxon, 2034 

Mayer, Walter, 313 

Mayhew, Mary, 1702 

Mayhew, William A., Jr., 1702 

Mayhew, Mrs. W. A., 1702 

Maynard, Charles E., 2166 

Mayville (Wis.), 480-483 

Mazomanie (Wis.), 404-406 

Meacham, George W., 213, 215, 842, 

1104, 1714, 1863 
Mead, Charles B., 871 
Meade, F. C, 1446 
Meade, Loren D., 1514 
Mears, Charles E., 1551 
Medford (Wis.), 1910-1921 
Meehan, P. W., 1835 
Meffert, W. C, 807 
Meggett Bros., 1895 
Meier, Mrs. E. A., 962 
Meili, Jacob, 135 
Meili, John, 130 
Meister, Gustav, 2059 
Melaas, O. O., 384 



Meland, Anthon N., 319 

Meland, E. C, 319 

Meland, Theodore, 319 

Meldeen, John S., 869 

Mellen, S. A., 1873 

Mellen (Wis.), 31-32 

Melrose, L. J., 1588 

Melrose (Wis.), 844 

Meister, Herman, 712 

Memmler, W. F., 2211 

Menasha( Wis.), 2175-2184 

Menefee, D. C, 842, 1985 

Menomonee Falls (Wis.), 2080-2082 

Menomonie (Wis.), 547-556 

Menting, John, 1059 

Mercer (Wis.), 836 

Merrell, E. H., 650 

Merrell, V. A., 285 

Merrell, William D., 285 

Merrick, George E., 1521 

Merrill, Alva D., 854 

Merrill, Daniel M., 539 

Merrill, Frank, 846 

Merrill, L. M., 1651 

Merrill, Robert A., 1391 

Merrill (Wis.), 1063-1072 

Merrillan (Wis.), 845 

Merrimac (Wis.), 1819 

Merriman, B. Dayton, 202 

Merritt, Edward E., 221 

Merton (Wis.), 2083 

Merwin, Wilfred R., 1844 

Messenger, A. J., 550 

Messer, A. P., 294 

Messer, Ernest L., 294 

Messer, L. L., 1115 

Messer Bros., 1591 

Metcalf, H. W., 2000 

Metsker, Clay W., 1688 

Mews, 1065 

Meyer, Fred, 81, 680-681, 1471 

Meyer, George, 1451 

Meyer, H. W., 1451 

Meyer, Harold A., 1857 

Meyer, Melvin A., 1747 

Meyer, O. F., 1562 

Meyer, R. J., 1438, 1451 

Meyer, W. M., 1105 

Meyer, W. R., 2022 

Michaelis, Richard, 1193, 1307, 1330 

Mickelson, Walter K., 421 

Middleton, S. E., 509 

Middleton (Wis.), 407 

Miedema, Dorothy A., 419, 424 

Mies, Joseph, 107 

Milan (Wis.), 1110-1111 

Miles, H. E., 1747, 2030 

Miles, John F., 1 1 

Millar, F. W., 2033 

Millard, Arthur B., 1060 

Millard, John L., 791 

Millard Bros., 1426 

Miller, 891, 1814 



320 



Miller, A. B., 1660 

Miller, Charles, 295 

Miller, E., 907, 2253 

Miller, Ernest H., 1651 

Miller, George L., 294-295, 1962 

Miller, John A., 478 

Miller, John B., 1091 

Miller, Leo J., 2120 

Miller, S. A., 17 

Miller, W. J., 303, 2009 

Miller, Willis H., 1784 

Milliken, Julius C, 776, 1634 

Mills, Flavius J., 555, 581, 751, 757, 

1477, 1481, 1486, 1887, 1906 
Mills, George O., 581 
Mills, Simeon, 371 
Milltown (Wis.), 1545-1546 
Milnes, Charles H., 313, 315 
Milton (Wis.), 1745-1746 
Milton Junction (Wis.), 1747-1751 
Milwaukee (Wis.), 1193-1354 
Milwaukee County, 1184-1375 
Minahan, Victor I., 99, 111, 1446 
Minahan, Victor I., Jr., 1446 
Minahan, William B., 148 
Miner, L. A., 1361 
Miner, William B., 699 
Mineral Point (Wis.), 819-828 
Minocqua (Wis.), 1425 
Minong (Wis.), 2043 
Minor, Theron, 875 
Minton, E. A., 155 
Mitchell, John, 1723 
Mitchell, Martin, 2202 
Mitchell, R. C, 501, 527 
Mitchell, W. H., 2169, 2186 
Moberg, Harriet B., 1555 
Moberg, J. Leonard, 1554-1555 
Moberg, L. A., 1555 
Moes, 2205 
Moffatt, F. J., 1656 
Mohan, Edward D., 1067 
Mohr, Archie, 164 
Moldenhauer, Earl F., 2127 
Moldenhauer, F. A., 2127 
Mollon, Harry H., 1456 
Molm, Ralph, 686, 730 
Momeny, J. M., 970 
Monahan, James G., 1038 
Monat, Peter J., 1733 
Mondovi (Wis.), 136-137 
Monger, John A., 23, 72, 498 
Monico (Wis.), 1426 
Monroe (Wis.), 748-765 
Monroe County, 1376-1409 
Montanye, I. V., 398 
Montefiore, Joseph H., 1770, 1799 
Monteith, D. M., 56 
Montello (Wis.), 1173-1176 
Montfort (Wis.), 705-708 
Montgomery, Milton, 1386 
Montgomery, Richard B., 1336 
Monticello (Wis.), 766-768 



Moody, D. A., 1980 

Moody, G. S., 1669 

Moody, Nelson B., 288, 678 

Moon, O. B., 1430, 1984 

Moore, Fred A., 977, 995 

Moore, James W., 877 

Moore, Thomas F., 452 

Moore, William, 1700 

Moorman, George A., 600, 868. 1873 

Moran, Alexander, 1020 

Moran, Wesley, 278 

Morehouse, Edgar P., 2175 

Morgan, D. M., 824, 828 

Morgan, Fred F., 45, 550, 1927 

Morgan, H. D., 418 

Morgan, John E., 860 

Morgan, T. S., 1676 

Morley, Edward B., 1346, 1917 

Morley, Hiram, 1346, 2200-2201, 2214, 

2230 
Morrill, Henry C, 1425 
Morris, C. E., 1884 
Morris, F. R., 1750 
Morris, M. P., 45 
Morrison, Charles H., 984 
Morrison, E. J., 159 
Morrisonville (Wis.), 408 
Morrissey, Edward, 1996 
Morrissey, Katherine, 1996 
Morrissey, Maurice, 1996 
Morrow, J. F., 1834 
Morsbach, E. F., 1488, 1490 
Morsbach, R., 1492, 2075 
Morse, Abner, 1519 
Morse, Calvin R., 1502, 1519 
Morse, Charles M., 736 
Morse, R. L., 637, 650 
Morse, S. Gordon, 1050 
Morse, Stanley R., 1519 
Morse, Mrs. S. R., 1519 
Mortenson, Nathan, 525 
Moser, Carl W., 128, 747 
Moser, Robert, 1506 
Moses, Barr, 1528 
Mosher, E. H., 1313, 1366 
Mosinee (Wis.), 1112-1113 
Moulton, E. C, 753 
Moulton, George D., 516 
Moulton, George W., 484 
Mount Horeb (Wis.), 409-415 
Mount Vernon (Wis.), 416 
Mourer, L. W., 1060 
Mowry, Duane, 912 
Moyle, Bennett R., 1967 
Muehlberg, H., 1832 
Mueller, A. F., 854 
Mueller, C. H., 1138 
Mueller, C. J., 858-859 
Mueller, Conrad, 481 
Mueller, Jacob, 481 
Mueller, Paul F., 135 
Mueller, Paul L., 2064 
Muenchow, G. H., 597 



321 



Mukwonago (Wis.), 2084-2086 
Mundy, Edward T., 803 
Munroe, Allan C, 168, 1595 
Munroe, F. E., 1763 
Munroe, William R., 167, 189, 193 
Munroe, William S., 93, 168, 2170 
Munson, Alden H., 1525 
Munson, Oliver G., 1667, 1979 
Murphy, Augustus, 1222 
Murphy, C. E., 923 
Murphy, Edward, 1799 
Murphy, F. M., 2236 
Murphy, Frank A., 1985 
Murphy, Harold R., 1355 
Murphy, J. T., 524 
Murphy, James A., 726 
Murphy, Jere C, 1157 
Murphy, Leo J., 1798 
Murphy, Morgan, 524 
Murphy, Pat E., 1185 
Murray, William H., 1831 
Murtha, John, 2063 
Muscoda (Wis.), 709-711 
Mussgang, Ernst, 534 
Myers, H. A., 790 
Mygatt, Wallace, 935 
Myrick, Harry P., 1238, 1304 
Myrland, A. J., 138 

Nabbefeld, A. T., 169 

Nagle, John, 1085 

Nagler, L. B., 297, 1544, 1783-1784 

Nash, F. S., 969 

Nash, I. R., 784, 2172 

Nash, L. J., 2167 

Nash, Noel, 1100 

Nash, William F., 1100 

Navarino (Wis.), see Green Bay 

Nebagamon (Wis.), see Lake Nebaga- 

mon 
Necedah (Wis.), 903-906 
Needham, Walter P., 2121 
Neenah (Wis.), 2185-2191 
Nehls, Floyd R„ 1922 
Nehls, Ralph E., 1596 
Nehs, Frank L., 2080-2081 
Neill, James A., 539, 1505, 1523, 1772 
Neill, Kenneth F., 1510, 1523 
Neillsville (Wis.), 215-228 
Nekoosa (Wis.), 2246 
Nelson, Albert P., 2068 
Nelson, Charles, 1436 
Nelson, Charles E., 1524, 1776 
Nelson, Earl J., 2099, 2101, 2120 
Nelson, N. M., 441 
Nelson, Neil E., 964 
Nelson, William, 990, 1006, 1979 
Neosha (Wis.), 484 
Neshkoro (Wis.), 1177 
Nethercut, John E., 2020 
Nettlesheim, C. C, 594, 849, 854, 881 
Neu, Bert W., 358 
Neu, Frank R., 1773 



Neu, William J., 670, 1434 

Neuenfeldt, Albert P., 210 

Neuenfeldt, C. J., 1115 

Neuenfeldt, William F., 210, 214 

Neuensch wander, Adolph, 1102 

Neumann, F. P., 1360 

Neumeier, J. E., 1850 

Nevins, Alexander, 996 

Nevins, E. V., 43 

Nevins, John H., 87, 93, 95 

Nevitt, Charles R., 2200, 2217 

New Auburn (Wis.), 191 

New Glarus (Wis.), 769-771 

New Holstein (Wis.), 155 

New Lisbon (Wis.), 907-910 

New London (Wis.), 2134-2143 

New Richmond (Wis.), 1787-1795 

Newcomer, O. L., 465 

Newland, Francis W., 1950 

Newport (Wis.), see Wisconsin Dells 

Newton, Charles, 165 

Newton, S. S., 1391 

Newton, William, Jr., 2084 

Niagara (Wis.), 1163-1166 

Nichols, Ira A., 1176 

Nichols, Scott B., 1955 

Nicholson, J. H., 1740 

Nicholson, James D., 1546 

Nickel, Milo E., 177 

Nickerson, D. V., 662 

Nickerson, Philip G., 1192 

Nieman, Lucius W., 1257 

Nimocks, Walter, 1045 

Nimrocks, W. R., 1003 

Ninman, Charles F., 1831 

Ninman, Charles F., Jr., 1831 

Ninman, Max H., 1829, 1831 

Ninman, T. C, 1829 

Noel, C. J., 1153 

Nolan, T. S., 1733 

Noll, R. M., 2022 

Noonan, Josiah A., 399, 1221 

Norby, Perry A., 2129 

Norman, J. Philip, 784, 796 

Norris, G. W., 881,2107 

Norris, J. A., 1377 

Norris, J. W., 673 

Norris, William L., 881 

North Crandon (Wis.), 670-672 

North Freedom (Wis.), 1820-1822 

Northrup, E. B., 1570 

Northrup, M. E., 1063 

Norton, B. S., 1408 

Norton, Horace, 682 

Norton, Thomas S., 1116, 2243 

Norton, William J., 1408 

Norwalk (Wis.), 1382-1384 

Norway (Wis.), 1603 

Norwegian language newspapers, 321, 
335, 337, 341, 346-349, 354, 366, 384, 
409, 525, 584, 966, 981-982, 1008, 1012, 
1015-1016, 1150, 1154, 1236, 1240, 
1431, 1603, 1721 



322 



Novak, Anton, 1212, 1229, 1324 
Novak, Frank, 1323 
Novinski, Dennis, 706 
Nowatney, C. E., 2246 
Nowlan, Barton F., 1727 
Noyes, D. K., 1803, 1807 
Noyes, Frank E., 1148 
Noyes, J. E., 210, 214 
Noyes, Linwood I., 1148 
Noyes, Luther B., 1148, 1886 
Noyes, Thomas E., 1845 
Noyes, W. W., 260 
Noyes, Walter, 1802 
Noyes, William H., 1845, 2042 
Nuesse, A. H., 62 
Nugent, George, 2057 
Nunn, Charles, 56 
Nusser, Oscar J., 1841 
Nye, Gerald P., 1457 
Nye, Irwin R., 70, 1865, 2139 
Nystrom, Jacob, 1160 

Oakfield (Wis.), 634-636 

O'Brien, Clarence, 1546 

O'Brien, Edwin T., 1461 

O'Brien, Lois, 1552 

O'Brien, P., 843, 1430 

O'Conner, David A., 1425 

Oconomowoc (Wis.), 2087-2096 

Oconto (Wis.), 1413-1420 

Oconto County, 1410-1424 

Oconto Falls (Wis.), 1421-1423 

Odanah (Ashland County), 10 

Odell, Emery A., 764 

Odell, John W., 749, 763-764 

Odett, William L., 928 

O'Donnell, Hugh E., 486 

Oftelie, John, 384 

Ogden, C. J., 1431 

Ogden, C. S., 2151 

Ogden, J. R., 843 

Ogden, John A., 1062, 1920, 2141, 21^ 

Ogden, William C, 1428 

Ogdensburg (Wis.), 2144-2145 

Ogema (Wis.), 1587 

Ohde, Alan M., 150 

Ohde, W. F., 1080 

Ojibwa (Wis.), 1842 

O'Konski, Alvin E., 832 

Olafsson, John, 384 

Oleson, Harvey J., 1541 

Oleson, Ole M., 555 

Olin, C. C, 1341 

Oliver, J. W., 660, 785 

Oliver, R. H., 660 

Olmstead, T. G., 1085 

Olmsted, 644 

Olsen, Hans, 1622 

Olsen, Ole B., 584, 1160 

Olson, A. E., 310 

Olson, G. A., 138 

Olson, H. C, 1095 

Omro (Wis.), 2192-2196 



Onalaska (Wis.), 1020 
Oneida County, 1425-1435 
O'Neil, F., 284 
O'Neill, James, 226, 300 
Onsgard, Sanford, 1706 
Ontario (Wis.), 1968-1971 
Oppliger, G. G., 135 
Orban, F. W., 1337 
Oregon (Wis.), 417-418 
Orfordville (Wis.), 1752-1754 
O'Rourke, J., 1304, 1645 
Orrock, James A., 810, 1514 
Orton, C. H., 1275 
O'Ryan, Michael W., 1243 
Osborn, Chase S., 599 
Osborne, 730 
Osborne, H. E., 1427 
Osborne, L. M., 1074 
Osborne, L. W., 1074 
Osborne, Lyman E., 1113 
Osborne, R. J., 1809 
Oscar, Nels M., 77 
Osceola (Wis.), 1547-1548 
Osgood, C. W., 731 
Oshkosh (Wis.), 2197-2231 
Osseo (Wis.), 1941-1945 
Osterman, George J., 1591 
Otis, Edmund R., 821, 1784 
Otto, Albert H., 2237 
Otto, Carl E., 2255 
Outagamie County, 1436-1469 
Overbeck, Harry, Jr., 952 
Oviatt, W. C, 601, 1747 
Owen, A. K., 2022 
Owen, Dale, 2022 
Owen, H. A., 1958, 1983 
Owen (Wis.), 229 
Owens, Charles, 807 
Oxford (Wis.), 1178 
Ozaukee County, 1470-1487 

Pabst, Charles, 467 
Packwaukee (Wis.), 1179-1180 
Page, C. M., 310 
Page, C. W., 740 
Page, H. K., 1805 
Page, Harlan M., 715 
Page, James J., 1650 
Paine, A., 1683 
Palme, Carl J., 1247 
Palme, Charles J., 332 
Palmer, A. R., 707 
Palmer, Andrew, 1731 
Palmer, G. D., 1731 
Palmer, Grove E„ 2089 
Palmer, W. F., 1676 
Palmer, W. G., 680 
Palmiter, F. M., 1750 
Palmyra (Wis.), 868-869 
Pankow, Adolph G., 2240 
Pankow, Herman J., 2240 
Pardeeville (Wis.), 249-251 
Parduhn, C. L., 478 



323 



Parish, C. E., 421 

Park, M. T., 2005 

Park, W. J., 375 

Park, William H., 541, 1276 

Park Falls (Wis.), 1588-1589 

Parker, 1964 

Parker, E. E., 447, 150 

Parker, F. H., 1797 

Parker, George W., 643, 656 

Parker, H. H., 447, 450 

Parker, John, 792 

Parker, M. S., 848, 899 

Parker, M. T., 952 

Parker, M. W., 217 

Parker, Oscar W., 901, 912 

Parkhurst, James A., 223 

Parkinson, A. C, 239 

Parkinson, J. B., 331 

Parks, Francis G., 2072 

Parks, O. A., 2232 

Parr, Thomas W., 810 

Parras, Emil, 529 

Parsons, F. E„ 866 

Parsons, Frank A., 842 

Parsons, S. G., 2037 

Partridge, A. J., 679 

Paruch, M. S., 1289 

Passage, W. T., 1992 

Patchen, George M., 1063, 1427, 1917, 

1920, 2141 
Patey, William H., 776 
Patrick, E. R., 2198 
Patten, J. E., 296 
Patten, Warren R., 1778 
Patterson, C. E., 70 
Patterson, Charles G., 572 
Patterson, Jessie G., 310, 1707 
Patton, G. J., 751 
Paul, Edwin R., 728 
Paul, George H., 920, 1275 
Pauley, Albert E., 735, 2003 
Paulsen, A. G., 410 
Paulus, Adam, 2242 
Pauly, Fred W., 581 
Pauly, M. A., 581 
Pavey, Darwin C., 98 
Payne, Edward E., 1151, 1430, 2149 
Payne, J. B., 1151 
Peabody, C. M., 839 
Peachman, Ferdinand, 56, 1770 
Pearce, C. C., 810 
Pearce, G. H., 300, 814 
Pearson, Frank J., 1947, 2040, 2042 
Pease, H. A., 46, 2048 
Pease, S. A., 1173 
Pease, Verne S., 680 
Peavy, Angenette J., 1857 
Peavy, Hubert H., 15, 76 
Peavy, Lynn C, 1597, 2210 
Peavy, Merton D., 803, 807, 809, 1038 
Peck, A. J., 1283 
Peck, George W., 652, 858, 977, 992, 

1290 



Peck, George W., Jr., 1290 

Peck, R. C., 38, 59 

Peck, Victor E., 1808 

Peck, William H., 714, 824 

Pederson, R. A., 63 

Peet, Edward L., 139 

Pember, C. A., 1051 

Pepin (Wis.), 1493-1497 

Pepin County, 1488-1498 

Pergoli, A. D., 1158, 1168 

Perkins, A. D., 128 

Perkins, C. D., 1421 

Perkins, Henry A., 1807 

Perkins, Joseph B., 495 

Perkins, M. N., 1967 

Perkins, N. O., 1679, 1694 

Perl, F., 1911 

Perrin, F. J., 2030 

Perrin, Frank L., 177, 1773 

Perry, B. W., 1390 

Perry, C. W., 1760 

Perry, Lawrence E., 810, 871, 1906 

Perry, Lee, 1364 

Perry, Leslie J., 2146 

Perry, Lewis P., 1411 

Perry, Robert, 2140 

Perry, Robert A., 1906 

Perry, Robert E., 1906 

Perry, S. L., 1857, 2133 

Perry, William R., 1613 

Pesch, Leo J., 1168 

Peshtigo (Wis.), 1167-1168 

Pesola, Richard, 529 

Petermann, Albert L., 1874, 1992 

Peters, Ralph W., 1758 

Petersen, H. P., 48 

Petersilea, Edwin, 1346 

Peterson, Charles G., 133 

Peterson, E. W., 1109 

Peterson, Henry M., 117 

Peterson, Henry P., 525 

Peterson, Paul D„ 117 

Peterson, Ralph, 1511, 1815, 1823, 1830 

Pettersen, George A., 525 

Pettibone, Charles A., 465, 473, 881, 

2095, 2136 
Pewaukee (Wis.) , 2097-2105 
Pfaff, F. A., 332 
Phelps, Charles S., 449 
Phelps, H. B., 449 
Phelps, Henry W., 464, 1599 
Phelps, J. H., 2028 
Philleo, Hart B., 2258 
Phillips, 518 
Phillips, James A., 198 
Phillips, Josiah N., 172, 184 
Phillips, K. M., 1856 
Phillips, Lillian G., 1553 
Phillips, W. F., 207 
Phillips (Wis.), 1590-1593 
Phinney, James M., 785 
Phlox (Langlade County), 1059 
Piasecki, Peter F., 1262 



324 



Pickard, Edwin, 1042, 1047, 1668 

Pickard, H. S., 2141-2142 

Pickard, H. W., 2141 

Pickard, N. C, 101 

Pickering, Arthur W., 303, 405 

Pieper, Antonio, 552 

Pieper, Carl, 552, 556 

Pieper, Frank E., 154, 552 

Pieper, Roland W., 791 

Pier, Fred A., 196 

Pierce, B. L., 2236 

Pierce, Harry S., 4, 6 

Pierce, J. A., 2236 

Pierce, Marvin, 134 

Pierce, Robert R., 776 

Pierce, Solon W., 4 

Pierce County, 1499-1525 

Pierpont, H. S., 1100 

Pillsbury, C. D., 627 

Pine River (Wis.), see Wautoma 

Pinkerton, F. E., 259 

Pinney, George, 486 

Pinney, John J., 488 

Pinze, John, 1649 

Pio, Louis, 1622 

Pitcher, Herman K., 1920, 2148 

Pitkin, P. C, 1660, 1864 

Pitts, Perl B., 2246 

Pitts Bros., 2246 

Pittsville (Wis.), 2247-2248 

Pixley, R. B., 2205 

Plain (Wis.), 1823 

Plainfield (Wis.), 2162-2164 

Plant, George E., 77 

Piatt, Alonzo, 721 

Piatt, Chester C, 382 

Platteville (Wis.), 712-723 

Plover (Wis.), 1558-1560 

Plowman, Henry, 822, 826 

Plum City (Wis.), 1510-1511 

Plumb, T. D., 1341 

Plymouth (Wis.), 1871-1876 

Polish language newspapers, 1230, 1261- 

1262, 1289, 1354, 1568, 1572 
Polk County, 1526-1552 
Pollard, H. J., 1853 
Pollard, J. C, 1243 
Pollock, Edward, 699, 703 
Pollock, Walter W., 687, 1264 
Pomeroy, Henry, 1446 
Pomeroy, Marcus M., 462, 977-978 
Pomeroy, Marcus P., 2247 
Pond, James B., 792 
Poohl, A. R., 1178 
Poppendieck, John, Jr., 1304 
Porsch, Richard, 765, 985 
Porsch, Mrs. R., 765 
Port Washington (Wis.), 1474-1487 
Portage (Wis.), 252-264 
Portage County, 1553-1578 
Porter, A. H., 309 
Porter, Arthur A., 259, 272 
Porter, Gilbert E„ 572 



Portmann, H. R., 297 

Portmann, R. E., 1494 

Posekany, L. A., 1869 

Posz, Grover F., 1788 

Potosi (Wis.), 724-729 

Pott, August W., 1892, 1903-1904 

Potter, 2191 

Potter, A. W., 751 

Potter, B. S., 2065 

Potter, C. H., 388 

Potter, C. M., 839 

Potter, R. L., 2170 

Poynette (Wis.), 265-266 

Powell, George L., 999 

Powell, L. Winthrop, 426, 739 

Powell, W. C, 1346 

Powell, W. D., 465, 662 

Powell, W. W., 313 

Powers, Clarence L., 480, 2065 

Powers, John H., 897, 1807, 1937 

Powers, Levi P., 2259 

Powers, R. E., 1124 

Prairie du Chien (Wis.), 285-294 

Prairie du Sac (Wis.), 1824 

Prairie Farm (Wis.), 53 

Prairieville (Wis.), see Waukesha 

Pratt, Alexander F., 2113-2114 

Pratt, Charles J., 93, 1214, 1312 

Pratt, D. Anson, 1679 

Pratt, George B., 1693, 2182 

Pratt, Horatio, 1683 

Pratt, James E., 32, 594 

Pratt, Sidney T., 1085 

Prentice, L. C, 1597 

Prentice (Wis.), 1594-1597 

Prescott (Wis.), 1512-1516 

Preston, Otis, 2004 

Price, Byron J„ 1784 

Price, George G., 1514 

Price, John, Jr., 914 

Price County, 1579-1597 

Priddy, W. N., 159 

Prideaux, Richard, 2153 

Priest, D. B., 1390 

Priest, Daniel V., 1979 

Princeton (Wis.), 793-797 

Prink, P. E., 871, 1591 

Pritchett, Leonard L., 674 

Probst, J. G., 758 

Proctor, Charles, 82 

Proctor, H. H., 82 

Proctor, P. R., 82, 93 

Proudfit, James K., 373 

Prouty, E., 1676 

Pryor, D. H., 526 

Pryor, J. W., 801 

Pryor, Philip M., 663 

Pryse, John M., 1512 

Pryse, William M., 1022 

Puckett, G. R., 1552 

Pueschner, H. F., 665 

Puetz, Mathew J., 342 

Pugh, R. C, 1840 



325 



Pugh, Richard, 582, 1543, 1546 

Pulaski (Wis.), 124-125 

Pulcifer, Daniel H., 64, 238, 243, 2170 

Pullen, Charles F., 1717 

Purely, H. C, 1835 

Purdy, Kenneth, 2210 

Purdy, Mrs. R. H., 1835 

Purdy, W. R., 1835 

Puro, Henry, 529 

Pursel, W. A., 143 

Putnam, John R., 663 

Ouartemont, H. J., 212 

Quick, Rufus D., 706 

Quicken, Carl, 2061 

Quimby, J. T., 1945 

Quimby, Lester L., 131, 1115 

Quiner, Edwin B., 882 

Quinn, Albert E., 1503 

Quintus, Jacob, 1884, 1892 

Quirt, Harold W., 419, 421, 424, 2138 

Quirt, Howard A., 2242 

Quirt, Howard W., 1874 

Rabenstein, Carl, 222 

Racine (Wis.), 1604-1647 

Racine County, 1598-1651 

Radde, Donald P., 1386 

Radde, Theodore C, 1386, 1390 

Radisson (Wis.), 1843 

Radtke, Carl, 2044 

Raetzmann, Wilhelm, 985 

Ramsey, G. F., 2079 

Ramsey, G. T., 2115 

Randall, A. W., 2106 

Randall, E. D., 1169 

Randall, Huberetta, 786 

Randolph, Harold E., 1514 

Randolph (Wis.), 267-271 

Random Lake (Wis.), 1877-1879 

Rann, H. L., 2037 

Rann, L. H., 2037 

Ranow, George R., 190 

Ransom, 2134 

Ransom, Albert F., 1604 

Rasmussen, A. C, 297 

Rassback, Gerald C, 128, 1758 

Ratcliffe, George D., 1062, 2123, 2144- 

2145 
Rathbone, Roland R., 1893 
Rathbun, J. C, 137 
Rathmann, Fritz, 1266 
Raue, William J., 889 
Raught, C. E., 1462 
Ravlin, H. T., 1562 
Rawson, Charles P., 796 
Raymer, George, 331 
Read, Caroline W., 953 
Read, E. M., 997 
Read, George H., 2200 
Read, George M., 997, 1021 
Read, John M., 953, 2182 
Readstown (Wis.), 1972-1973 
Reay, Thomas, 853 



Reber, William, 879 

Rebsteck, Jacob J., 2240 

Rector, J. H., 2095 

Red Granite (Wis.), 2165-2167 

Redfield, C. E., 2151 

Redfield, J. B., 2151 

Redfield, Lorraine, 2102 

Redway, George, 1390 

Redway, R. E., 1390 

Reed, Amos, 621 

Reed, Andrew J., 628 

Reed, E. N., 546 

Reed, Frank M., 1633 

Reed, Harrison, 399, 1304, 2179 

Reed, Kenneth D., 537 

Reed, L. E., 1888 

Reed, Philip S., 1765 

Reedsburg (Wis.), 1825-1829 

Reedsville (Wis.), 1094 

Reese, John M., 803 

Reese, Thoral, 730 

Reeseville (Wis.), 485 

Reid, A. J., 1446, 2087 

Reid, Hiram A., 450 

Reid, T. B., 1446, 2087, 2109, 2182 

Reifsteck, A., 289, 696 

Reigart, Hamilton, 1693 

Reimann, Herman, 1140 

Reinert, A., 209 

Reinhart, A., 1417, 1420 

Reiter, Clarence J., 1784 

Relf, Richard, 501-502 

Relph, Charles N., 555 

Remey, Oliver E., 1282 

Renich, Charles F., 1681 

Renich, Fred L., 1681 

Reque, William G., 64, 1773 

Reymert, James D., 335, 1603 

Reynolds, B. O., 2022 

Reynolds, B. W., 1000 

Reynolds, J. W., 2195 

Rhinelander (Wis.), 1427-1431 

Rhodes, Irving G., 1342 

Rib Lake (Wis.), 1922 

Riblet, Carl E., Jr., 2120 

Rice, G. L., 516 

Rice, J. P., 1390 

Rice, John D., 1390 

Rice, R. B., 698, 909, 2091 

Rice, Z. S., 1390 

Rice Lake (Wis.), 54-61 

Rich, M. J., 889 

Richards, Carl, 71 

Richards, Charles, 1179, 1984 

Richards, Daniel H.. 1194, 1669 

Richards, Dell H., 1765 

Richards, John, 767 

Richards, Peter, 248, 897, 1803 

Richards, S. Earle, 767, 1655 

Richards, S. S., 773 

Richards, Verne, 1984 

Richardson, D. V., 214 

Richardson, E. W., 1759-1761, 1765 



326 



Richardson, Hattie, 214 
Richardson, Mark A., 808, 810, 1747 
Richardson, R. W., 1759-1761, 1765, 

1767 
Richfield, (Wis.), 2058 
Richie, Samuel, 1621, 1642 
Richland Center (Wis.), 1661-1672 
Richland County, 1652-1674 
Richmond, G. I., 245 
Richter, D. E., 16 
Rickert, Philip, 1302 
Rickey, M., 726 
Ridgeland (Wis.), 557 
Ridgeway (Wis.), 829 
Rieck, A. J., 2153 
Riedl, John R., 1446 
Rieg, Hans J., 117 
Riggs, Luther G., 2012 
Riley, John W., 1035 
Riley, Mrs. J. W., 1035 
Rimpler, A. H., 796 
Rindlaub, Martin P., 723 
Rindlaub, William M., 723 
Ring, L. B., 224, 226-227 
Ringle, Valentine, 1127, 1140 
Rintleman, C. Marvin, 2080 
Rintleman, W. H., 2080, 2082 
Rio (Wis.), 272-274 
Riordan, D. E., 1985 
Riordan, Ray J., 125 
Ripley, Byron, 71-72, 77 
Ripon (Wis.), 637-657 
Rising, H. G., 1390 
Rising, L. P., 1388 
Risjord, J. N., 413, 415 
Risk, T. M., 2170 
Rist, J. W., 2170 
Ristad, D. G., 1708 
Risvold, Ward J., 1938, 2127, 2151 
Ritch, W. G., 2182 
Ritchie, James S., 506 
Ritter, Bruno, 1215 
River Falls (Wis.), 1517-1524 
Roach, Robert J., 800 
Roate, B. A., 155, 1469 
Roate, Mrs. B. A., 155 
Roate, Harlow L., 601 
Roate, Harry E., 465, 1469, 2236 
Robb, Edward W., 150 
Roberts, C. W., 1078 
Roberts, H. W., 1539 
Roberts, John B., 240 
Roberts, Percy A., 1524, 1784 
Roberts, W. G., 1727 
Roberts (Wis.), 1796 
Robinson, 107 
Robinson, Albert C, 89 
Robinson, C. E., 2064 
Robinson, Charles D., 89 
Robinson, Frank, 844 
Robinson, H. W., 1105 
Robinson, Paul L., 77 



Robinson, Stewart H., 44 

Robinson, W. A., 77 

Robinson, W. J., 1967, 1969, 1977 

Rock County, 1675-1755 

Rock Springs (Wis.), 1830 

Rockhill, J. E., 677, 1967 

Rockwell, A. G., 128, 1857 

Rockwell, John S., 2090 

Rockwood, S. S., 259, 264, 2005 

Roden, August, 393 

Rodolf, Theodore, 968, 995, 998 

Roe, H. L., 670 

Roemer, Christian, 1452 

Roemer, Herman C, 1452 

Roemer, M. E., 1452 

Roemhild, George, 304 

Roese, Alfred E., 1508, 1524, 1548, 1784 

Roese, Harry, 1524 

Roeser, Carl, 1081 

Roessler, A. A., 214, 443, 478, 858 

Roessler, A. F., 443 

Roessler, Emma, 222 

Roessler, F. J., 443 

Roessler, O. F., 858 

Roethe, A. G., 811 

Roethe, Charles, 694 

Roethe, Donald, 694 

Roethe, Edward J., 694 

Roethe, Henry E., 694 

Roethe, Leo W., 853 

Roethig, Herman, 13, 27 

Roets, Francis P., 1552 

Rogan, Robert F., 1992 

Rogers, Clarence O., 2237 

Rogers, Ellis, 593 

Rogers, George A., 1375, 2072, 2092. 

2094 
Rogers, Guy W., 1567, 1570 
Rogers, H. A., 881 
Rogers, J. W., 789 
Rogers, Joseph M., 1857 
Rogers, W. W., 1841 
Rogers, William, 953 
Rogers, William C, 975, 1006 
Rogers, William M., 1857 
Rohr, J. L., 1211, 1279, 1353, 2060 
Rollis, Christian J., 417, 422, 742 
Rood, Andrew, 868 
Root, Erastus W., 2063 
Root, Irving, 642 
Root, W. M., 1888 
Rose, Carl, 2206, 2231 
Rose, James R., 1032, 1035, 1042 
Rose, Louis M., 133 
Rose, Lucius M., 875, 1386 
Rosendale (Wis.), 658 
Rosholt (Wis.), 1561-1564 
Ross, Douglas, 1500 
Ross, E. D„ 1446 
Ross, Harry V., 214, 1391, 1727 
Ross, Hector N., 1899 
Ross, James, 1774 



327 



Ross, L. G., 532 

Rossier, Emil B., 2251, 2259 

Rostad, T. J., 1029, 1525 

Rothe, Emil, 891 

Rothe, George P., 1610 

Rothfuss, Gilford H., 781 

Rothgeber, Fred L., 1538 

Rounds, Horace E., 2174, 2214 

Rounds, Sterling P., 1275 

Rowe, Frank J., 806 

Rowland, 1591 

Royle, Daniel L., 314, 871 

Rozell, J. A., 2160 

Rubin, Morris, 352 

Rublee, Horace, 393, 1297, 1304 

Ruehlman, Roy E., 2028 

Ruesch, Warren E., 771 

Rullman, E., 389 

Rummel, Andrew, 94 

Runals, E. L., 643 

Runge, E. August, 1809, 2063 

Rupp, Peter, 568, 612, 1621 

Rusk County, 1756-1769 

Russell, 2034 

Russell, Alexander, 1839 

Russell, Henry, 837 

Russell, James, 620, 1157 

Russell, John B., 1025 

Russell, O. N., 796 

Russell, T. J., 1361 

Rust, Harvey H., 2112 

Rust, William C., 1703 

Rustad, H. C., 1705 

Rustone, T. T., 354 

Rut, Joseph F., 711 

Rutledge, J. C, 1034 

Ryan, Andrew, 2045 

Ryan, Frank A., 1446 

Ryan, Roger W., 2045 

Ryan, Samuel, Jr., 115, 614, 1438 

Ryan, Samuel J., 1438 

Ryan, Thomas A., 1788 

Ryberg, Henry E., 196 

Ryckman, A. D., 1346 

Ryckman, J. W., 1217 

Rydal, Adolph, 525 

Sackett, E. C., 1725 

Sackett, Freeman W., 1593, 2157 

Sackett, George E., 1581, 1593 

Sadlowsky, A., 13 

Saeter, Selmer S., 1935 

Saint Croix County, 1770-1801 

Saint Croix Falls (Wis.), 1549-1552 

St. John, Frank L., 137 

St. John, Stephen S., 1733 

Saint Nazianz (Wis.), 1095 

St. Vincent, Amond de, 1302 

Saless, Lee A., 2045 

Sallet, Friedrich W., 1066, 1071 

Salmon, August J., 960 

Salmon, Frank J., 960 

Salverda, S. H., 661,664 



Sanborn, Alden, 858, 861, 1135 

Sanborn, Wilford A., 660, 662 

Sanderson, Herbert J., 487-488, 952 

Sanderson, Israel, 723, 1667 

Sandford, A. C, 1604, 1616 

Sandford, E. H., 1604 

Sandford, Henry, 1078 

Sandmahr, Otto, 2059 

Sanford, George E., 1021, 1674 

Sanford, I. R., 1444 

Sanford, Percy S., 1967 

Sanger, Emil L., 685 

Sankey, J. W., 2005 

Sappington, Fred G., 1148 

Sargent, E. D., 810 

Sargent, I. C, 265 

Satran, Dan, 1986 

Satran, Joseph R., 79 

Satran, Robert, 1986 

Satterlee, Milton F., 221, 226, 1657, 

1663, 1670, 1971 
Sauer, Norbert A., 1484 
Sauer, Paul E., 943 
Sauer, Paul J., 943 
Sauk City (Wis.), 1831-1833 
Sauk County, 1802-1835 
Saul, John S., 19 
Saunders, A. W., 579 
Savage, Peter J., 71 
Sawin, J. A., 339 
Sawyer, J. Edward, 465 
Sawyer County, 1836-1845 
Saxe, Homer S., 2034 
Saxton, F. B., 1503 
Say lor, A. L., 1992 
Say lor, H. S., 1992 
Scallon, M., 30 
Schaar, Leon G., 2246 
Schaefer, A., 1218 
Schaefer, Herbert R., 1287 
Schaefer, M. L., 2027 
Schanen, William F., Jr., 1483 
Schauer, Herman, 1168 
Schaupand, Charles, 1614 
Schaus, Arthur J., 986 
Scheibl, Herbert J., 689 
Schempp, William F., 736, 738 
Schermerhorn, Harvey M., 700, 704 
Schermerhorn, J. L., 1117 
Schiereck, Gus W., 1873 
Schilling, Robert, 1270, 1272, 1295, 

1326, 2221 
Schimberg, Albert B., 1461 
Schirmacher, W., 1643 
Schissler, P. V., 1298 
Schlecht, George, 16 
Schleinitz, Emil von, 1247 
Schleisingerville (Wis.), see Slinger 
Schleyer, George, 107, 151, 1215 
Schlosser, George, 239, 914 
Schlosstein, John, 130 
Schmidt, A. C, 1085 
Schmidt, C. Otto, 1084, 1093 



328 



Schmidt, Carl G., 390, 1084 

Schmidt, Carl H., 1084 

Schmidt, George H., 2057 

Schmidt, Harold, 2188 

Schmiedeke, Justin, 1181 

Schmitz, John, 135 

Schnabel, William, 1226 

Schneider, 1460 

Schneider, Carl, 958 

Schneider, Charles H., 953, 955 

Schnell, Julius, 263 

Schneller, Engelbert, 1452 

Schnitzler, John L., 81 

Schober, Edwin E., 1023 

Schoeder, Raymond A., 1105 

Schoeffler, Moritz, 1337 

Schoen, Victor H., 369 

Schoensigel, Henry, 1484 

Schoff, S. S., 937, 939 

Scholler, H. C, 1879 

Schomaker, Werner N., 1159 

Schoyen, David M., 384 

Schramm, Ludwig, 1636 

Schreiber, Ted P., 57 

Schroeder, 891 

Schroeder, Johannes, 981 

Schroeder, Raymond A., 1105 

Schroepfer, William C, 1102 

Schroeter, E., 1248 

Schroeter, John P., 1191 

Schuette, Henry, 121 

Schuette, J. H., 118, 121 

Schultheis, John M., 1002, 1215, 1234 

Schultz, E. T., 314 

Schultz, Henry C, 158, 174 

Schultz, Noah, 222 

Schultz, P. R., 166 

Schulz, Emil, 1923 

Schumacher, Herman, 1162 

Schumann, Alfred R., 1653 

Schumann, Arthur A., 1653 

Schurz, Carl, 890 

Schuster, Herman, 222 

Schuth, Louis, 131 

Schwalm, A. Thomas, 2217 

Schwantes, George W., 2079 

Schwartz, E., 480 

Schwartz, George L., 265 

Schwartz, James R., 460 

Schwartze, William M., 1561 

Schweger, Frank J., 1841 

Schweinler, Francis F., 1113 

Schwendke, Gustav, 891 

Schwenneker, Leroy F., 131 

Schweppe, Frederick, Jr., 1863 

Schwersenska, Marvin A., 2084 

Schwittay, Albert E., 1155 

Schwittay, Mrs. A. E., 1155 

Scofield, Edward L., 640 

Scott, A. H., 503 

Scott, E. J., 1554, 1795, 1838, 1856, 1873, 

1992, 2173 
Scott, Glenn F., 64 



Scott, Harry H., 136, 1933 

Scott, James M., 136 

Scott, John I., 1102, 1716 

Scott, William W., 1357 

Seamans, George J., 1825 

Seamans, Ina, 1825 

Seaton, James W., 728 

Seaver, Lucas, 1275 

Seeger, Carl, 1442, 1451 

Seekins, E. D., 1105 

Seftenberg, Joseph, 680, 1820, 1822 

Seidl, Clarence A., 38 

Seitz, Kenneth B., 2064 

Sekles, Simon, 332 

Selbach, Gustavus A., 253, 1451 

Selbach, Mrs. G. A., 253 

Sells, Adolph F., 1373 

Semmes, Claude W., 1914 

Sentenberg, Joseph, 1456 

Serkland, Alvin, 45 

Sevenich, J. M., 2062 

Severson, Harold, 1841 

Seymour, Charles, 990, 1006, 1790 

Seymour, William H., 952 

Seymour (Wis.), 1467 

Sexton, C, 1782 

Shafer, Joel J., 1103 

Shafer, Samuel J., 1103 

Shallow, John R., 458 

Shanahan, J. W., 666 

Shannon, Harold T., 81 

Sharon (Wis.), 2025-2028 

Sharp, Francis C, 1413 

Sharp, H. T., 1992 

Sharp, Rose A., 1413 

Sharpe, C. H., 328 

Sharpe, E. E., 1887 

Sharpe, L. C, 328 

Sharpstein, J. R„ 1275 

Sharretts, George L., 1786 

Shattuck, John R., 1910 

Shaver, U. B., 1495, 1497, 1780, 1784 

Shaw, David, 1275 

Shaw, George K., 723 

Shaw, Mrs. H. W., 595 

Shaw, J. F., 1503, 1784 

Shaw, Myron A., 1491 

Shaw, Samuel, 668, 670, 1430 

Shawano (Wis.), 1854-1862 

Shawano County, 1846-1868 

Shea, Francis M., 824, 2045 

Shea, John M., 953, 959 

Shear, Edwin W., 1966 

Shear, Leslie P., 893, 914 

Shear, W. O., 1965-1966 

Shear, Wesley W., 1966 

Sheboygan (Wis.), 1880-1904 

Sheboygan County, 1869-1906 

Sheboygan Falls (Wis.), 1905-1906 

Sheldon, John P., 376 

Shell Lake (Wis.), 2044-2046 

Shellman, Ernest J., 1411, 1422 

Shellman, Robert, 1422 



329 






Shelton, Arthur W., 1427 

Shepard, George S., 792 

Shepherd, J. Aland, 850 

Sheriff, Charles F., 2033 

Sherman, A. L., 699 

Sherman, Benjamin F., 445 

Sherman, James B., 445 

Sherman, William H., 445 

Sherry, F. J., 229 

Sherwood, R. G., 1985 

Shinners, John J., 2055 

Shiocton (Wis.), 1468 

Shipper, George M., 1268 

Shipper, M. P., 2201 

Shirk, John E., 249, 265, 460, 1075, 1773 

Shirk, W. M„ 234, 265, 268, 460, 1074- 

1075, 1773 
Shirley, F. G., 154, 1465 
Shmied, E. A., 854 
Sholes, Charles C, 119, 399, 922, 937, 

1223, 1341 
Sholes, Christopher L., 936-937, 1341 
Sholes, Henry O., 112, 119, 929, 932, 935 
Shorewood (Wis.), 1355-1356 
Short, Martin C, 600, 660, 785 
Short, Martin C, Jr., 600 
Showalter, Clyde R., 699 
Showers, Ewart G., 1020 
Showers, J. G., 1020 
Showers, W. C, 1390 
Showers, W. J., 1020 
Showers, Mrs. W. J., 1020 
Showers, William C, 893 
Shrader, L. O., 699 
Shrake, A. J., 907 
Shuart, J. J., 996 
Shullsburg (Wis.), 1040-1049 
Shumway, John T., 807 
Shupe, E. M., 1634 
Shurly, Robert V., 2204, 2229 
Sibley, C. D., 1779 
Sibley, William H., 29, 2135 
Siebensohn, Fred A., 2194 
Sielaff, Lyle, 468 
Sigel, Herman, 1193, 1337 
Silsbee, J. B., 1740 
Silver Lake (Wis.), 942 
Silverthorn, Willis V., 1113 
Simmons, John B., 686 
Simmons, Samuel S., 934 
Simons, T. J., 1570 
Simonson, Mathew P., 1135 
Simpson, Charles G., 1940 
Simpson, J. F., 730 
Simpson, N. Dan, 493-494 
Sims, Howard W., 187, 190 
Sims, James H., 1548 
Sims, James H., Jr., 1789 
Single, George D., 1112, 1120 
Singleton, Francis R., 89, 1161 
Siren (Wis.), 140-142 
Skar, Arthur, 1956 
Skinner, E. W., 875 



Skinner, Lloyd, 1365, 2100 

Skinner, W. A., Jr., 814 

Skinvik, O. M., 525 

Slaats, C. J., 674 

Slades Corners (Wis.), 943 

"Slim Jim", 1573 

Slinger (Wis.), 2059-2060 

Slocum, C. H., 2194 

Slossen, Harry E., 1428 

Slovenian language newspapers, 1259, 

1323 
Smails, N. W., 2022 
Small, Abraham, 2090 
Small, D. W., 2090 
Small, Guy W., 1406, 1985 
Small, James L., 2084 
Small, Mary D., 2084 
Smart, Winfield, 1553 
Smead, Frank A., 1535 
Smead, Samuel M., 611 
Smead, Van B., 611, 619, 1535 
Smethurst, Joseph, 294 
Smith, 431, 1524, 2034 
Smith, A. C, 983 
Smith, Abram D., 1322, 1341 
Smith, Augustus L., 628 
Smith, Barrett H., 1683 
Smith, C. A., 1037 
Smith, C. M., 2091 

Smith, Calvin P., 2095, 2103, 2131, 2139 
Smith, Charles S., 1829 
Smith, Chester, 2196, 2232 
Smith, Clark, 842 
Smith, Frank O., 1003, 1010 
Smith, Fred A., 667, 1669 
Smith, G. A., 405, 1824 
Smith, H. D., 2138 
Smith, H. J., 1588 
Smith, Harry L., 1548 
Smith, J. A., 608, 631, 640, 2202 
Smith, J. A., 768, 1835 
Smith, J. C, 1357 
Smith, J. H. 1945 
Smith, J. Louis, 1050 
Smith, J. M., 576 
Smith, Jerry A., 1669 
Smith, John Y., 373 
Smith, Justus, 1976 
Smith, L. O., 1739 
Smith, Lathrop E., 1602 
Smith, Martin J., 1076 
Smith, Milan J., 1168 
Smith, Nicholas, 294, 608, 1727, 1807, 

2109 
Smith, O. B., 1091 
Smith, Oliver C, 807, 810 
Smith, Richard E., 1588-1589, 1936 
Smith, Rowland P., 1422 
Smith, S. Elmer, 2183 
Smith, S. L., 1113 
Smith, S. W., 1091 
Smith, W. E., 605 
Smith, W. H., 137 



330 



Smith, W. P., 126 

Snella, B., 1289 

Snodgrass, M. L., 1977 

Snow, Harry L., 485 

Snow, John W., 752 

Snyder, Clarence, 19 

Snyder, John H., 2005 

Snyder, Roy H., 297 

Snyder, Thomas C, 690-691, 704, 1026 

Sogey, Louis A., 104 

Solberg, Carl F., 335 

Soldiers Grove (Wis.), 295-299 

Solensten, R. T., 79 

Solma, J. E., 1 

Solon Springs (Wis.), 494 

Somerby, Joseph A., 364, 1979 

Somers, Peter J., 1214 

Somerset (Wis.), 1797-1798 

Sommers, Clarence M., 342 

Sommers, George W., 479 

Sommers, Leopold, 307, 342 

Sondreal, Palmer, 1527 

Soper, Charles E., 1851 

Sorensen, Sigvard, 1012 

Sorenson, A. G., 1935 

Sornson, T., 1615 

Soukup, John, 1017 

South, George R., 760-761 

South Milwaukee (Wis.), 1357-1361 

South Wayne (Wis.), 1050-1052 

Southport (Wis.), see Kenosha 

Sowaske, M. W. f 39 

Sower, M. G., 1541 

Sowles, George W., 2030 

Sowles, Mrs. G. W., 2030 

Spalding, J. D., 699 

Spalthoff, C. W., 1408 

Spalthoff, Carl, 1835, 1967 

Spalthoff, Clara, 1967 

Sparta (Wis.), 1385-1393 

Spaulding, Joseph B., 1842 

Spears, Harry C, 700 

Speed, Earl R., 1535 

Speed, Lyle, 1760, 1842 

Speed, Walter, 38, 44 

Spellman Bros. 1103 

Spence, Edward L., 1747, 2012, 2118 

Spencer Mary, 1749 

Spencer, Newton D., 590 

Spencer (Wis.), 1114-1116 

Spicher, C. B., 1115 

Spiering, Henry, 466, 481-483 

Spiering, William F., 477, 662 

Spooner (Wis.), 2047-2049 

Spradling, James W., 1386, 1390 

Sprague, Burr, 736 

Sprague, Clarence G., 902 

Sprague, E. S., 1991 

Sprague, J. T., 902 

Sprague, Louis A., 738 

Sprecher, Otto W., 442, 1383 

Spring Green (Wis.), 1834-1835 

Spring Valley (Wis.), 1525 



Springer, W. L., 1705 

Springob, Joseph, 1234 

Spychalla, Charles, 1140 

Squier, L. B., 1398 

Staab, Eldred, 468 

Stafford, H. L., 460 

Stafford, O. A., 1616 

Stair, H. C, 310 

Stair, J. B., 745-746, 766 

Stangeland, Elias, 348 

Stanley, Charles P., 2149 

Stanley, Milton R., 1857 

Stanley (Wis.), 192-195 

Stanning, A. K., 233 

Stanton (Portage County), 1559 

Starbuck, F. R., 1628 

Starbuck, F. W., 1628 

Starkey, D. B., 1208 

Starks, Charles G., 776 

Starks, J. S., 1767 

Starks, R. S., 776 

Starr, Elisha, 1216, 1242, 1253, 1304 

Starr, Sidney S., 1784 

Staut, Frank R., 1259 

Stearns, Fred W., 1321 

Stebbins, DeWayne W., 952 

Steckel, Alfred, 1002, 1215, 1234 

Stedman, C. A., 1062 

Steele, 85 

Steele, Charles, 736, 738 

Steensland, Ferdinand, 814 

Steevens, David J., 1924 

Stefflre, L. H., 191 

Stehlik, Joseph, 1638 

Steinbrecker, Evelyn, 1378 

Steiner, Frank, 1433, 1987 

Steiner, Jacob R., 214 

Stephens, M. P., 1787 

Sterling, John, 1493 

Stern, E. H., 38 

Steuri, Stanton P., 730 

Stevens, A. C, 64 

Stevens, A. J., 2173 

Stevens, B. E., 902 

Stevens, Chase A., 459, 975 

Stevens, Elias W., 262, 269, 339, 1114, 

1857 
Stevens, F. M., 1992 
Stevens, George E., 1667 
Stevens, N. E., 1495 
Stevens Point (Wis.), 1565-1578 
Stevenson, William, 120 
Stewart, C. V., 1948 
Stewart, Charles R., 840 
Stewart, Ernest A., 1985 
Stewart, Isaac N., 1461 
Stewart, John W., 759 
Stewart, M. R., 169 
Stewart, Ward A., 1753 
Stewart, William W., 2047 
Stiles, A. G., 787 
Stiles, Mrs. A. G., 787 
Stiles, O. G., 235 



331 



Stiles, Otto, 787 

Stillman, John E., 128 

Stillman, M. G., 2029 

Stinchfield, D. L., 64, 667, 2137, 2149 

Stinson, Orin L., 680 

Stockbridge (Wis.), 156-157 

Stocking, 567 

Stocking, H. M., 572 

Stocking, John B., 572 

Stoddard, W. W., 144, 1591 

Stoddard (Wis.), 1974-1975 

Stoffregen, George, 316, 1411 

Stokes, 1888 

Stokes, M. T., 2107 

Stolze, Gustav, 1121 

Stolze, Paul F., 1121 

Stone, A. J., 579 

Stone, C. T., 707 

Stone, H. L., 1173 

Stone, Herbert A., 1462, 2187 

Stone, John N., 153, 1450, 2182, 2190 

Stone, Leander, 937 

Stone, M. W., 187 

Stone, T. D., 650, 655 

Stone, Theron G., 435 

Stone, Willis J., 736 

Stone Lake (Wis.), 1844 

Stonek, Leo R., 1186, 1361 

Stookey, M. F., 892 

Stoothoff, W. E., 1117 

Storey, George F., 1 1 63 

Stouffer, A. L., 2045 

Stoughton (Wis.), 419-429 

Stout, Frank FL, 1575 

Stout, Nathan L., 759, 1578 

Stowe, Charles E., 674 

Stowell, John M., 907 

Stowers, Charles H., 2170 

Strand, Reuben E., 582 

Strandberg, Charles, 834 

Strandberg, W. O., 834 

Strassburger, Albert J., 1873 

Stratford (Wis.), 1117-1118 

Straub, J. J., 1905 

Street, W. F., 503-504 

Streeter, D. C, 1390 

Streeter, Frank, 873 

Streeter, John F., 235, 707 

Streeter, S. E., 1390 

Strieker, Arthur W., 1457, 1475 

Strobush, N. K., 858 

Stroebel, Victor L., 274 

Stroebl, Frank F., 128 

Stromme, Peer O., 321, 525 

Strong, Clement J., 843 

Strong, Marcellus M., 2200 

Strong, Marshall M., 1604, 1607 

Strong, Timothy F., Jr., 611, 620 

Strong, Walter A., 1688 

Stuart, Charles E., 1807 

Stuart, Iden L., 680 

Stuart, Ray E., 1050 

Stuckey, Henry W., 284 



Studley, John A., 2190-2191 

Stummer, Franz, 1451 

Sturgeon Bay (Wis.), 486^89 

Sturtevant, J. L., 1133, 2148 

Sturtevant, John C, 1133 

Suess, Adolph B., 79, 81, 86 

Sullivan, Claude V., 415, 1355 

Sullivan, Frank D., 1370 

Sullivan, James J., 302, 434-435 

Sullivan, W. J., 601 

Sullivan, William H., 1221 

Sullivan (Wis.), 870 

Sumner, William, Jr., 1716 

Sun Prairie (Wis.), 430-436 

Superior (Wis.), 495-534 

Surdson, Theodore C, 43, 58 

Suring (Wis.), 1424 

Susan, Ernest D., 634 

Susemihl, Otto, 1071 

Sutherland, Alexander, 96 

Sutor, A. B., 2259 

Suttner, Leonard J., 154 

Suydam, John V., 105, 109 

Swain, C. P., 638 

Swain, Henry H., 1676 

Swan, Bertha J., 405 

Swan, Harold L., 405, 799 

Swanson, Charles E., 79 

Swanson, Irving, 141 

Swarthout, Richard B., 594 

Swayze, Caleb, 1576 

Swedish language newspapers, 7, 12, 22, 

513, 522, 589, 1072, 1146, 1149, 1160, 

1529 
Sweet, E. N., 147 
Sweet, William, 6 
Swenson, C. A., 2013 
Swenson, George, 813 
Swenson, R. B., 946 
Swetland, H. C, 43 
Swift, H. S., 1697 
Swift, P. H., 56, 59, 537, 881, 1075, 

1417, 1419, 1697 
Swift, W. P., 56 

Swift, Ward L., 56, 59, 537, 881, 1073 
Swineford, Alfred P., 509, 511, 611, 624, 

977, 1231 
Swineford, James, 624 
Sykes, C. P., 977 
Sylvester, L. M., 672 
Symes, John, 977, 992 
Szinunen, Stephen von, 1571 

Talbot, D. C, 894-895, 898 
Talboys, W. E., 138 
Tallman, G. B., 1996 
Talmadge, 2034 
Tanem, Sigurd, 525 
Tapley, John, 1604, 1616 
Tapley, William B., 101, 2182 
Taplin, Frank, 1503 
Taudy, Albert R., 1520 
Taudy, Douglas H., 1520 



332 



Taylor, Allen A., 1136, 1514, 2039 

Taylor, Charles, 38 

Taylor, E. C, 179 

Taylor, Edward, 251 

Taylor, Frank L„ 1304 

Taylor, Horace A., 393, 989, 1519, 1784 

Taylor, J. W., 707, 815, 818 

Taylor, Lute A., 504, 989-990, 1006, 

1519 
Taylor, Ray G., 214 
Taylor, Roy G., 196 
Taylor, S. A., 938 
Taylor, W. C., 2003 
Taylor (Wis.), 846-847 
Taylor County, 1907-1922 
Teague, George H., 511 
Teasdale, J. B., 828 
Temby, Charles F., 953, 960 
Temple, Robert J., 899 
Temple, Willard, 899 
Tenney, George W., 759 
Tenney, Horace A., 324, 351, 371, 387 
Tenney, Jacob, 1948, 1980 
Terry, T. L., 773 
Tesch, Gustav, 793 
Thaves, Keith M., 1514 
Thayer, Delancey L., 241 
Thayer, Eugene B., 1127, 1134 
Thayer, Eugene B., Jr., 1127 
Theiler, Arthur J., 769, 771 
Theiler, John, 769, 771 
Thelken, Leon F., 214 
Theresa (Dodge County), 474 
Theurer, Henry, 1927 
Thielke, Gilbert W., 1424 
Thielke, Joseph, 1424 
Thomas, Clark S., 1853 
Thomas, Evan L., 2115 
Thomas, Frank W., 1050 
Thomas, Griff J., 773 
Thomas, John E., 1906 
Thomas, M. J., 628 
Thomas, William C, 1906, 1941 
Thompson, 1556 
Thompson, A. E., 640, 796 
Thompson, Andrew C, 1063 
Thompson, C. P., 844 
Thompson, D. O., 1102, 2236 
Thompson, David E., 1163, 1553 
Thompson, Eugene, 251, 554 
Thompson, George W., 1552 
Thompson, Harry A., 693 
Thompson, Harry P., 235, 251, 871 
Thompson, John C, 640, 796 
Thompson, Richard H., 251 
Thompson, Roy L., 2161 
Thompson, Thomas O., 282, 1683 
Thompson, W. C, 239 
Thompson, W. D., 1641 
Thompson, W. H., 285 
Thompson, William A., 705, 719 
Thomson, A. N., 1304 
Thomson, Alexander M., 1195, 1275, 

1727, 2052 



Thomson, Riley, 300 

Thornton, R. L., 180 

Thorp, A. W., 732 

I horp (Wis.), 230-232 

Three Lakes (Wis.), 1432-1435 

Thwing, Edward, 1784 

Thwing, James L., 617, 627 

Tibbits, Fred P., 1233, 1306 

Tiffany (Wis.), 1755 

Tifft, J. H., 221 

Tigerton (Wis.), 1863-1864 

Titus, Cecil B., 2084 

Titus, Melvin, 2084 

Tobey, Alvin B., 935 

Tobin, Virgil L., 1 

Todd, Arthur R., 2022 

Todd, Clark M., 1746 

Todd, Jessie W., 1425 

Tollaken, Bert E., 277 

Tomah (Wis.), 1394-1403 

Tomahawk (Wis.), 1073-1075 

Tompkins, Jones, 221 

Tompkins, Robert, 858, 881, 2053 

Tompkins, W. M., 17 

Tompkins, William C, 216, 1861, 2156, 

2158-2159 
Toner, James I., 599, 1461, 1602, 2085 
Tony (Wis.), 1767-1768 
Torgensen, Ole, 337 
Tosterud, A. C, 982, 1236 
Tousley, F. W., 1748 
Tousley, W. F„ 1708 
Tousley, W. H., 858, 1743 
Towell, E., 2097 
To well, George, 1281 
Towell, Harold, 1317 
Towell, Henry, 1189, 1208, 1310, 1317, 

1359, 1368, 1372 
Tower, William A., 1936 
Towley, Carl K., 1538 
Towner, A. R., 1773 
Towner, William H., 1773, 1776 
Townsend, I., 1105 
Trace, Granville, 810 
Tracy, A. W., 1546 
Tracy, James G., 773 
Train, L. R., 288, 678 
Train, Samuel S., 678 
Treat, Curtis M., 1633, 1697 
Treat, Ellery B., 1085 
Trego (Wis.), 2050 
Trempealeau (Wis.), 1946-1954 
Trempealeau County, 1923-1955 
Trestemjak, Hal, 314 
Trevitt, Charles F., 1023, 1031, 1044 
Trevor (Wis.), 944 
Trickey, Elmer O., 164, 549, 2250 
Trimbell, Derwood, 1021-1022 
Trippler, A. O., 1088 
Troan, Ole A., 366 
Troemel, Otto, 1081 
Trogner, C. F., 174 
Tromanhauser, Dale, 1102 



333 



Trowbridge, J. W., 1604 
Truax, Robert E., 1548 
Truesdell, J. A., 1676 
Truesdell, L. S., 790 
Trumbull, W. H., 1430 
Tubbs, Henry H., 868, 2003 
Tubbs, W. E., 1763 
Tucker, N. P., 1929 
Tucker, R. S., 1798 
Tucker, S. S., 1946 
Tufts, W. C, 1509 
Turnbull, H. I., 1939 
Turner, Andrew J., 258, 264 
Turner, Carl L., 2127, 2151 
Turner, F. F., 756 
Turner, John, 902 
Turrell, Donald E., 1656 
Turtle Lake (Wis.), 62-63 
Tuttle, A. C, 275 
Twin Lakes (Wis.), 945 
Two Rivers (Wis.), 1096-1100 
Tygeson, John, 1546 
Tyler, Gustav, 1140 
Tyrrell, D. W., 736 

Ulrich, John, 998 

Unger, Peter, 2042 

Union Center (Wis.), 911 

Union Grove (Wis.), 1648-1650 

Unity (Wis.), 1119 

Upham, 1245 

Upham, Charles M., 1857 

Ure, George U., 226 

Urie, Horace G., 417 

Usher, Ellis P., 973, 992 

Utermoehl, Emil, 131 

Utermoehl, John L., 135, 967, 1923 

Utley, Hamilton, 1618, 1628, 1640 

Utley, William L., 1618, 1628, 1630, 

1640 
Utter, Charles, 2008 
Utter, Clarence S., 1947, 1951, 1954 
Utter, E. R., 2008 
Utter, Francis A., 2008 
Utter, George S., 2017-2018, 2020 

Vader, 2205 

Vail, Claude M., 1027 

Vail, J. W., 1481, 1486 

Valders (Wis.), 1101 

Valiquette, Victor, 1758 

Valley Junction (Wis.), 1404-1405 

Van Allen, W. J., 2210 

Van Alten, G. W., 300 

Van Altena, C. G., 664 

Van Dalsen, H. A., 158, 186 

Van de Casteele, Edward, 83 

Vandercook, E. M., 1116 

Vandercook, Gilbert E., 1116, 1594 

Vander Eike, Paul, 1551 

Vander Kooi, Charles R., 2194 

Vander Meulen, Peter, 235 

Vanderpool, A. E., 1243, 1271 



Vandervort, H. L., 1936 

Van Keuren, B. E., 2224 

Van Matre, R. E., 1038 

Van Meter, Abe C, 1790 

Van Meter, Claude H., 1790 

Van Meter, Francis A., 1784, 1790 

Van Meter, John A., 1790 

Van Opens, P. F., 543, 666 

Van Slyke, I. N., 1784 

Van Vuren, Clyde A., 1467 

Van Vuren, Donald C, 1847 

Van Vuren, Guy W., 53 

Van Vuren, H. J., 1467, 2130 

Van Vuren, Harry C, 1847 

Van Vuren, Mrs. H. C, 1847 

Van Vuren, Keith C, 1467 

Van Vuren, Roy P., 791 

Van Waters, George, 551, 1491 

Van Winter, Walter B., 1674 

Van Wormer, A. W., 137 

Vasey, F. T., 548 

Vaughan, Orla P., 674 

Vaughan, R. F., 1067 

Vaughan, W. D., 674 

Veeder, Garret, 1733, 1739 

Veeder, Harold A., 29, 32 

Veranick, Frank X., 1323 

Verbeck, Frank S., 2235 

Vermeul, Jack E., 1674 

Vernon County, 1956-1983 

Verona (Wis.), 437-439 

Vesper (Wis.), 2249-2250 

Vezina, Howard, 1552 

Vezina, Jack, 1552 

Vezina, W. R., 1552 

Viall, Edgar W., 2227 

Vickers, Martin, 832 

Vickers, S. L., 1029 

Victora, M. B., 711 

Victora, William, 709,711 

Viel, J. P., 796 

Vilas, W. N., 1799 

Vilas County, 1984-1987 

Villard, Henry (Henry F. Hilgard), 1642 

Viola (Wis.), 1673-1674 

Viroqua (Wis.), 1976-1982 

Vivian (Wis.), 1498 

Voemastek, John J., 1922 

Voll, Rudolph, 13 

Vordale, R. M., 810 

Voshardt, August C, 953 

Voshardt, Frank H., 1456, 2153 

Wabeno (Wis.), 673 
Wachsmuth, Louis, 70 
Waggoner, E. B., 1955 
Waggoner, James H., 259, 572, 1417, 

1591, 1664-1665, 1667, 1917 
Waggoner, L. F., 1406 
Waggoner, William J., 1667 
Wagner, D. A., 663 
Wagner, Michael, Jr., 1602 
Wagner, William, 230 



334 



Wagner, William S., 230 

Wait, J. N., 1444 

Wait, Seymour G., 1477 

Waite, Mark, 2123 

Walch, Allen P., 277, 2131, 2153 

Walch, Andrew C, 2131 

Walch, James E., 277, 2131 

Walcup, F. W., 1402 

Waldo, Charles D., 2063 

Walker, C. B., 2193 

Walker, Henry, 406 

Walker, Henry J., 429 

Walker, L. J., 1546 

Walker, Robert J., 866 

Walker, Warren H., 2235 

Wallace, Andrew S., 1538 

Wallich, Adolph, 1081 

Walrath, G. W., 979 

Walsh, P. P., 85 

Walsingham, W. W., 1508 

Walters, Bert E., 1113, 2246 

Walters, F. J., 949, 952 

Walters, William M., 2063 

Walworth, C. B., 680 

Walworth, John, 680, 759, 1663, 1667- 

1668 
Walworth (Wis.), 2029-2030 
Walworth County, 1988-2038 
Wandersleben, Charles F., 1872 
Wandersleben, Henry F., 1872 
Ward, C. A., 503 
Ward, George E., 807 
Warden, A. M., 73 
Warden, Allen F., 1873, 2107 
Warden, Rex A., 2115 
Ware, Charles S., 791, 1898 
Ware, Roy L., 905 
Warling, J. B., 1643 
Warner, C. W., 560 
Warner, Ebenezer, 785 
Warner, F. A., 2151 
Warner, K. D., 2151 
Warner, W. A., 1039 
Warner (Wis.), see Ladysmith 
Warnke, E. W., 787 
Warnke, Gordon, 853 
Warren, H. C, 845 
Warrens (Wis.), 1406 
Warus, P. F., 612 
Warvelle, George W., 919 
Washburn, Andrew A., 465, 2122 
Washburn, G. W., 2201 
Washburn (Wis.), 73-77 
Washburn County, 2039-2050 
Washburne, W. L., 714 
Washington County, 2051-2066 
Wasserberger, George A., 1102 
Wastila, George M., 529 
Waterbury, A. D., 2020 
Water ford (Wis.), 1651 
Waterloo (Wis.), 871-873 
Watertown (Wis.), 874-891 
Watrous, Jerome A., 608, 840, 1315 



Watrous, R. B., 1315 

Watt, William M., 863, 2180 

Waukesha (Wis.), 2106-2121 

Waukesha County, 2067-2121 

Waunakee (Wis.), 440-443 

Waupaca (Wis.), 2146-2152 

Waupaca County, 2122-2159 

Waupun (Wis.), 659-664 

Wausau (Wis.), 1120-1140 

Wausaukee (Wis.), 1169-1170 

Waushara County, 2160-2173 

Wautoma (Wis.), 2168-2171 

Wauwatosa (Wis.), 1362-1367 

Wauzeka (Wis.), 300 

Way, A. E., 1117 

Wearne, John J., 34, 2043 

Weaver, Orland F., 448, 455 

Weaver, Ray, 448, 455 

Webb, Carl C, 1652-1653, 1812, 1817 

Webb, Carl E., 711 

Webb, Clifton B., 251 

Webb, George, 373 

Webb, William C, 2170 

Weber, E. H., 550, 1519 

Weber, William F., 606, 622-623, 641, 

647, 1614, 2061, 2231 
Webster, Charles, 2161 
Webster, H. L., 2187 
Webster, Isaac W., 940 
Webster, Waldo E., 1784 
Webster (Wis.), 143 
Wedelstedt, Carl, 1081 
Weeks, Wilbur G., 1988, 1996, 2002 
Wehn, Henry, 1193 
Wehre, Fred, 1018 
Wehrwein, C. F., 1873 
Weil, Paul A., 2063 
Weiler, Frank J., 239 
Weinandy, Oliver R., 131 
Weirich, Joseph I., 1807 
Weisbrod, Charles A., 2207 
Weiss, Edward L., 2115 
Weiss, George L., 2115 
Weiss, Joseph, 577 
Welch, Frank H., 1784, 1790 
Welch, William P., 587 
Welcome (Wis.), 1469 
Wells, C. J., 1399 

Wells, Charles D., 426, 1398, 1709, 1873 
Wells, Clifford M., 1673, 1716 
Wells, G. H., 450 
Wells, Gertrude, 1673 
Wells, J. H., 2253 
Wells, Jabez H., 778, 907 
Wells, James A., 1398-1399, 1709 
Wells, James H. ( 1808 
Wells, R. A., 1399 
Wells, William A., 662 
Wells, William N., 226, 842, 1390 
Welsh, Henry B., 826 
Wendt, Frank E., 1408 
Wentworth, E. O., 2063 
Wentworth, H. M., 1608, 1624 



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Wentworth, John T., 2018 
Wentworth, Robert B., 258, 456, 471 
Wentworth, Zebulon C, 1608, 1616, 

1624 
Werle, Jacob, 1474, 1479 
Werner, A. Matt, 1893 
Wesenberg, M., 341 
West, George M., 600 
West, George R., 939 
West, Mrs. Leona, 839 
West, William B., 1750 
West Allis (Wis.), 1368-1373 
West Bend (Wis.), 2061-2066 
West Salem (Wis.), 1021-1022 
Westby (Wis.), 1983 
Westcott, M., 138 
Westfield (Wis.), 1181-1183 
Weston, Neil F., 2041 
Westphal, Edward J., 1440 
Wetherby, E. S., 899, 901, 906 
W r etmore, Leonard E., 284 
Weyauwega (Wis.), 2153-2159 
W'eyerhauser (Wis.), 1769 
Weygand, O. R., 1863 
Whalen, Edward, 1357 
Wheaton, C. W., 1495 
Wheaton, H. E., 987 
Wheeler, C. W., 516 
Wheeler, E. G., 1826, 1994 
Wheeler, E. J., 280, 1178 
Wheeler, S. G., 1924 
Wheeler (Wis.), 558 
Wheelock, Edgar T., 1131, 1917, 1920 
Wheelock, Fred A., 133 
Wheelock, J. W., 1919 
Wheelwright, Sydney A., 302 
Whelan, Charles E., 1824 
Whipple, H. A., 871 
Whipple, William J., 183, 500, 504, 

1386, 1513 
Whitaker, 855 
White, Alfred A., 618 
White, Charles, 137 
White, Clarence E., 1519 
White, Edward S., 82 
White, J. Lewis, 251, 440, 871 
White, James S., 1275 
White, John H., 1119, 2239, 2242-2243 
White, Philo, 1304, 1604 
White, Willard G., 2239 
Whitefish Bay (Wis.), 1374-1375 
Whitehall (Wis.), 1955 
Whitehill, O. L., 893 
Whitehill, Osman D., 914, 1653 
Whiteside, Charles M., 486 
Whitewater (Wis.), 2031-2037 
Whitman, Chester M., 1600, 1651, 1697 
Whitmore, J. A., 572 
Whitney, Guy, 1390 
Whitney, Nelson, 885 
Whitney, W. W., 64 
Whittier, Horace L., 574 
Whitty, Edward L., 512 



Wicklander, L. M., 665 

Wicks, H. S., 1217 

Widstrand, Arnott S., 187, 1967 

Widstrand, Arnott S., Jr., 1967 

Widvey, T. J., 335, 1015 

Wiegand, Otto O., 1856, 1862 

Wigginton, P. D., 804 

Wightman, E. S., 2022 

Wightman, J. E., 1503 

Wiitala, Matt, 529 

Wilcox, George, 1700 

Wild Rose (Wis.), 2172-2173 

Wilder, Amos P., 393 

Wilder, Samuel A., 1010 

W T iley, John, 1857 

Wilkinson, A. C, 907 

Wilkinson, N. B., 894 

Willard, Van R., 1063 

Willey, H. T., 1802, 1816 

Willey, John F., 1744 

Willey Bros., 727 

Williams, A., 546 

Williams, A. C, 1841 

Williams, Allan T., 73 

Williams, Burt, 19 

Williams, Charles H., 251 

W'illiams, D. E., 896 

Williams, David A., 776 

Williams, David H., 807 

Williams, Edwin, 709 

Williams, George W., 574 

Williams, H. Lyndon, 744 

Williams, Humphrey L., 302, 440, 1046 

Williams, J. C, 19 

Williams, J. H., 51, 561, 1836, 1840 

Williams, J. M., 302, 440 

Williams, J. P., 1841 

Williams, Louis E., 267, 1959 

Williams, O. C, 235 

Williams, P. A., 2243 

Williams, P. K., 2194 

Williams, Peter, 235 

Williams, Ray R., 2243 

Williams, Robert M., 30, 250 

Williams, William E., 787 

Williams Bay (Wis.), 2038 

Williamson, Levy, 226, 824, 1102 

Willis, J. G., 1 

Williston, Charles S., 1367 

Willner, Willard J., 1107 

Willoughby, Leroy R., 1989, 2003 

Willow River (Wis.), see Hudson 

Wilmarth, James C, 1727 

Wilmot (Wis.), 946-948 

Wilson, Agesilaus O., 1733, 1743 

Wilson, D. W., 1390, 1981 

W'ilson, Dessa M., 265 

Wilson, E. I., 265 

Wilson, E. J., 560, 562 

Wilson, Wiley H„ 1593 

Wilson, William, 550, 1254 

Wilson, William D., 1242 

Wilson, Woodrow, 1760 



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Wilson (Wis.), 1799 
Wilton, Willis, 2033 
Wilton (Wis.), 1407-1409 
Wiltse, H. A., 699 
Wilund, R., 871 
Windsor, Leona, 556 
Windsor (Wis.), 444 
Winegar, George L., 736 
Wineger, S. C, 937 
Wing, B. F., 1955 
Wing, C. E., 1748 
Wing, George W., 952 
Wing, Henry D., 1461 
Wing, Hiram D., 146, 952 
Wing, Isaac H., 64 
Winkelman, E. P., 871 
Winnebago County, 2174-2237 
Winneconne (Wis.), 2232-2237 
Winnie, Louis, 1809 
Winter, A., 1647 
Winter, H. C., 359 
Winter (Wis.), 1845 
Winther, Carl A., 889 
Winther, P. O., 1168-1169, 2246 
Wisconsin Dells (Wis.), 275-282 
Wisconsin Rapids (Wis.), 2251-2259 
Wise, John C, 497 
Wise, Pembroke V., 1513 
Wisner, Frank O., 4, 158, 280, 282 
Wisner, Thomas J., 1604 
Withee (Wis.), 233 
Withers, Wesley S., 1917 
Withrow, Thomas F., 1725 
Witmer, Henry C, 745-746 
Witt, John, 2240 
Witte, Oliver R., 893, 899, 1381 
Wittenberg (Wis.), 1865-1868 
Wittenwyler, C. M., 767 
Wittman, Adolph, 1086 
Wittman, Walter, 1086, 2061 
Wittzack, Emil, 135, 1614 
Wolehka, John H., 1848 
Wolf, 478 

Wolfsohn, Leo, 1293 
Wonewoc (Wis.), 912-915 
Wood, A. Delacy, 1828 
Wood, Frank A., 79 
Wood, Glen P., 1977 
Wood, N. B., 1658 
Wood, Norman E., 776 
Wood County, 2238-2259 
Woodard, Lester, 251 
Woodhead, Ross C, 283, 1564 
Woodle, Leroy A., 755-756 
Woodman, Edwin E., 1807 
Woodnorth, Jeffrey, 2148-2149 
Woodruff, W. W., 279 
Woodville (Wis.), 1800-1801 
Woodsworth, F. S., 2247 
Woolverton, R. W., 600 
Worcester, A. F., 1857, 2195 
Work, John M., 1293 
Worthington, David B., 1688 



Worthington, Dean B., 1688 

Worthington, Edwin S., 1688 

Worzalla, Joseph H., 1572 

Worzalla, Stephen H., 1572 

Worzalla, Walter S., 1565, 1572 

Wozniak, M., 1102 

Wray, A. E., 1411, 1422 

Wray, Curtis, 791 

Wrigglesworth, W. J., 803, 806, 1038 

Wright, Amos, 1304 

Wright, C. E., 1741 

Wright, C. M., 1092 

Wright, Charles, 1741 

Wright, Harold L., 465 

Wright, Henry A., 292 

Wright, L. B., 2109 

Wright, Lloyd W., 465, 1453, 1457 

Wright, N. D., 1696, 1996 

Wright, O. J., 292, 820, 1049 

Wright, O. W., 1217, 1258 

Wright, Piatt M., 2195 

Wright, R. T., 1176 

Wright, Robert H., 1423, 1457, 2122, 

2150 
Wright, William, 1995 
Wrightstown (Wis.), 126 
Wurgler, Ray M., 771 
Wyman, W. H., 395 
Wyman, William W., 380, 395 
Wyocena (Wis.), 283 

Yambrick, Frank W., 582 
Yarham, William W., 1583 
Yates, Fred T., 32, 76, 1773 
Yenowine, George H., 1233 
Yiddish language newspapers, 1252, 

1351 
Yorty, Ida J., 600 
Yoss, Carl L., 1191 
Youmans, H. M., 2109 
Youmans, Henry A., 2109 
Youmans, Josephine H., 2109 
Young, A. A., 907 
Young, Alan M., 1588 
Young, Anson W., 1121 
Young, Charles E., 1516 
Young, G. D., 1588 
Young, M. V., 840 
Young, W. A., 846 
Youngs, Chase O., 599 
Youngs, Fred M., 599 
Youngs, George C., 599 
Yule, E. B., 245 
Yundt, Richard T., 192 

Zakrajsek, Leo, 1323 
Zander, Elliott T., 144 
Zander, Otto J., 144, 1094 
Zander, W. G., 1514, 1538 
Ziegaus, George, 2028 
Ziegler, William H., 868 
Zillier, Carl, 1889, 1891 
Zillman, Erwin F., 1209 



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Zimmerman, Charles H., 1602 Zintz, R. H., 303 

Zimmerman, Floyd W., 2001 Zook, Clarence J., 205 

Zimmerman, H. E., 1602 Zowski, S. J., 1262 

Zimmerman, Louis H., 1602 Zufelt, Frank A., 1898 
Zintz, F. S., 303, 415 



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